Monday, February 20, 2006

Talk About An Idle Threat

The US ambassador to Iraq is warning the politicians that they better start to play nice, or we might take our ball and go home.

The U.S. ambassador to Iraq warned Iraqi politicians Monday they risk a loss of American support if they do not establish a genuine national unity government, saying the United States will not invest its resources in institutions run by sectarians.

Since polls in Iraq indicate that a significant portion of the population wants us out, and since the Shiia, who now control the security forces, and have Iran backing them, would love the chance to confront the Sunni's directly, and since the Kurds love the instability in the south since it gives the time to establish their own land in the north unnoticed; I think this little bit of advice could just encourage the various parties to stay further apart.

They all appear to want an armed conflict to settle the final details.

and to prove that Iraq is still Iraq, the bombings are starting to make a come back.

at least 24 people, including an American soldier, were killed by bombings in Baghdad and elsewhere.

Welcome to the civil war Bush created.


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