Thursday, April 17, 2003

 
Post War Iraq: Hangovers.

It did not take long for the post-Saddam love fest to turn into a hangover, as I predicted last week.

"They are aggressors," wheezed Ali Ahmed, 17, lying in a hospital bed as a tube drained fluid from his lungs. "They destroyed us. They put us in war and didn't let us sleep. They just raided Baghdad."
Ahmed said he was shot in the back by an American bullet Friday as he left his home to purchase bread for his family's breakfast. A suicide bomber attacked U.S. troops up the street, and Ahmed accused the Americans of responding with indiscriminate fire.

Apparently this individual doesn’t know that he’s been liberated.

Actor Fadel Abbas watched his theater get torched by looters.
"They didn't want to protect these places — only the oil ministry," he said. "Why the oil ministry?"

“Freedom is untidy” – Donald Rumsfield, Pentagon Breifing

“They are killing us and no one's talking about it. We want Saddam back," said Zahra Yassin, whose 17-year-old son was shot in the stomach and wounded. "Let the embargo return. At least there was security."

“Stuff Happens” – Donald Rumsfield on Meet the press

May God not only bless, but forgive America.



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