posted on Sep, 7 2007 @ 07:18 PM
Honestly, I remember when I was a kid we used to play on the streets, with no worries what so ever. Now, kids must be fearful and parents are morons
to let their kids play in the streets. I am sure you heard of that one kid who got gas poured on him and then lit. The thing I liked about Saddam was
that he did not care about terrorists, he knew they were scared of him. In Iraq it's either the government is feared, or the people will try to
revolt in order to get their religious leader in place.
Right now, as my grandfather described it to us, is that you are lucky to have running water for 1 hour a day, there is barely any food and no
electricity. He said it is pretty safe, maybe it's because he has been in whatever part of town he is from for a while now.
I am not really angry, all of my family escaped Iraq, accept my grandpa who wanted to stay. It does not mean your ignorant, because I spoke like I was
from the US. I guess we must wait and see what the next move for us all is.