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What I want to know is why Bush spent time on this at all...........it's the Iraqi insurgents who have threatened potential Iraqi voters, not Iranians. Bush is mixing the metaphors here; I don't think this is a relevant topic. There is now, IMO, 100% more concern about Iran interfering with Iraq elections then previous to Bush's comment........stirring of the pot in my opinion.
I'm not sure which is more ironic: that a foreign country (the U.S.) is insisting on conducting elections in Iraq, or that it is insisting that another foreign country (Iran) not seek to subvert them.
I believe all countries have some interest in their neighbours... Why on earth should Iran stay out in this matter? Mr. George Wantstoruletheworld Bush should stay out of the elections, not Iran. I saw a documentary on Negroponte, the new US ambassador in Iraq, yesterday, and I'm seriously bothered by US strategies, hidden operations and their run for world domination. No offense to US citizens out there, but seriously. Someone please whack the people @ the White House and get someone in there who actually WANT the best for the world and their country...
Originally posted by Majic
The only thing that seems certain is that the people of Iraq won't be the only ones making decisions about the future of Iraq.
But at least they have a better shot at it than they did a few years ago.