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February 26, 2011

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anonymous

"The Iraqi governments been spending billions of dollars for about seven years..."

Sorry friend, but your comment quoted above is Wrong! What it should read is:

THE IRAQI GOVERNMENT HAS POCKETED BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA'S MONEY FOR THE PAST 8 YEARS WHILE THE IRAQI PEOPLE HAVE SUFFERED!!!

They haven't used a penny of their own money so far, and now, the U.S. Treasury is over there cleaning out their corrupt books and laying claim on all of the money taken from corruption that was given to help.

My heart does go out for the Iraqi people, they have tried and tried to get what they deserve and yet, they are not being heard. They are the innocent victims in all of this, not the GOI. I would love to see their "Day of Rage" actually turn into something more than blowing trumpets and waving flags around with smiles on their faces, instead, really let the GOI know whose boss. Start getting pissed of and meaning it.

Good luck Iraqi citizens, my prayers are with you.

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All Iraq needs is a strong government that would consider their people before anything else. When that happens, Iraq would regain glory.

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I believe you have the same reasons as those who do not want to leave their homes despite of the war. I know it's hard but you have to consider your safety.

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I tried to think so, but i found it was not as the same in the actual process. As you mentioned, I still have doubts, but really thank you for sharing!

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I am glad to talk with you and you give me great help! Thanks for that,I am wonderring if I can contact you via email when I meet problems.

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I resolve to achieve more in the new year

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Thank you letting us know about what's really happening in Iraq.

Laura

How I hope that the tipping point is near, and that things will finally begin to get better for Iraq. Thanks for all you II writers continue to do, to keep us informed.

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