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November 02, 2006

Why do Democrats think this issue is divisive?

President Bush and many leading Republicans don't. And neither does Jalal Talabani.
"There is no civil war. The media is focusing only on the negative side of Iraq. ... We need to give the real picture. It's not just car bombs. Visit Iraq from the north to the south. Never mind Baghdad," he told reporters.
And for those who still think this is a war for oil...
"Your oil companies can come to Iraq ... Americans didn't interfere (in our oil) and don't have any right to interfere."
And yet, I am sure there are plenty of people who will not be satisfied with these answers. But then again, this never really was about the security of Iraq for them.

Interestingly enough, the topic that most Americans are really talking about these days is the economy, which is doing exceptionally well, and yet some people want a changing of the guard. Bad idea. The tax cuts will be allowed to run out, and guess what happens to the currently strong (and growing stronger) economy?