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February 27, 2010

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Ali Reza

HI, How Are you?
I,m from Afghanistan.
What about you?

Ali Reza

Hi, How Are you? I want to Know you. I,m Ali Reza Azimi. And you?
I like to study in America.
I work in different projects.
And you?
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Diogenes

At least your candidates are paying "lip service" to the idea that they owe people some help and service in return for their votes. Some of the candidates may be sincere and honest in their words-- I hope that the people will remember all their promises in the next election, and vote to re-elect the ones who know how to keep a promise.
Laith, you sound much more hopeful about this election than you were before. May your best hopes be justified, not just in the candidates, but in the voters!!!
My family and I send our very best wishes, for you all.

LJM

I wish your country well in the elections. I've read about the Chalabi internet "Thief of Baghdad" posters. I'd love to see it. Somebody came up with a clever idea. Good to know the people in Iraq aren't going to fall for pretty words. Politics is about power and money. Elections are about advertising.

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