posted on Oct, 11 2004 @ 01:22 PM
Well for all they naysayers,
This is a pretty nice thing were doing.
While continuing terrorist attacks in Iraq have pushed the military campaign into the middle of the presidential debate in the United States, a
declassified military report shows the progress that has been made on the political, economic and societal fronts.
On the transition to Iraqi sovereignty, the declassified report obtained by Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin, the premium online intelligence newsletter
published by WND, points out significant progress is being made across the board – in the new government, with utilities, in health care, in schools,
the economy and in national security.
Elections for the National Assembly are scheduled for Jan. 31 with the transitional government taking power early in 2005, the report boasts. The
draft of the permanent constitution is set for Aug. 15, 2005, with a referendum on the document scheduled for Oct. 15. Elections for the new
government will be complete by Dec. 15 next year and it takes office Dec. 31.
While those dates have been fixed for some time, what is getting less attention more generally from the U.S. news media are the accomplishments on the
Why is CBS not covering this one?
[edit on 11-10-2004 by edsinger]