The Iraqi Street Speaks Out

The head of the Iraqi Governing Council had some harsh words for the Axis of Weasels at the Madrid donor’s conference today:

“As far as Germany and France are concerned, really, this was a regrettable position they had,” Allawi said. “I don’t think the Iraqis are going to forget easily that in the hour of need, those countries wanted to neglect Iraq.”

The Madrid donor’s conference is rapidly turning out to be a bust, which is unfortunate as the people of Iraq badly need foreign investment to repair their country which has been shattered by decades of Ba’athist cruelty. Even UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has been urging the international community not to abandon the Iraqi people.

Of course the Axis of Weasels cares more for the pissant political squabbles than for the people of Iraq. It won’t just be the Iraqi people who remember their arrogance – the American people will as well.

5 thoughts on “The Iraqi Street Speaks Out

  1. What’s your point man? The head of the Iraqi council has this position because americans put him here. He’s not gonna say he loves france…

    Iraq need foreign investment because there has been an embargo for the last 15 years, and that doesn’t help improving the infrastructure. This is the main reason (eventhough of course Saddam took some money for him)

    What do you care about what koffi Annan says? You never listen to him when he says you should set a deadline for leaving Iraq, share the power, or destroy the wall of shame…

    When you come to judge arrogance, I think that 144 countries against 4, and nothing changes: that’s arrogance!!!

    The axis of weasel think you’re a dumb brainwashed greedy egoist, and I almost forgot: a liar. The situation in Iraq and in the region is going from crap to worst, and you are happy with that. “Always looking at the bright side of life”…stupid!

  2. I don’t see how the head of the Iraqi Governing Council counts as the “Iraqi Street”. That’s like talking to Karl Rove and acting like you’ve spoken to “the man on the street”.

    Isn’t it just the slightest bit possible that Iraqi governing officials are as little able to characterize the feelings of people on their streets as our politicians are able to characterize the folks on ours?

  3. US “face-saving” retreat would be easier for Bush to manage should FoxNews-like medias keep a little more modest about the astounding failure in Iraq.

  4. about the astounding failure in Iraq.

    LOOOOL! Oh my, are you naive or what? How did you picture it? We are going to go in and install democracy in 2 days? Can you point to a specific historical event in relation to which our involvement in Iraq can be judged as “failure”?
    Go on.

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