drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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Protestors Protesting American Policies???

About 200 Shiites, many of them women in full-length black abayas, rallied Monday outside the Green Zone to demand that U.S. and Iraqi forces do more to stop attacks on Iraqis.

Some protesters waved large banners with slogans demanding better care for families displaced by sectarian violence. One weeping woman held up the ID card of her husband, saying he was killed in a drive-by shooting.
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Such demonstrations are rare in Baghdad because of fears large groups might attract suicide bombers.

In the latest violence, four people were killed Monday when a bomb exploded in a market in Madain, a mostly Shiite town 14 miles southeast of Baghdad, police said. Two people were wounded.

At least 15 bullet-riddled bodies were found in the capital, the Interior Ministry said. The victims were men aged 20-40 years; all were handcuffed and blindfolded, the ministry said.

[ cf Yahoo: Protesters Demand Better Security in Iraq ]
Hello.....

I mean can't we just bomb these people back into supporting American Policies???

Don't they understand that we are in a time of Transferring the Tax Burden Unto The Unborn????

Do They Think WE CARE about their Whiney Little Problems???? We have to worry about those Iranian Flying Saucers...
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