Skip to comments.Iraqi President Jalal Talabani dies after suffering stroke (or maybe alive???)
Posted on 12/18/2012 8:37:40 AM PST by RummyChick
The 79-year-old Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has died on Tuesday after suffering a stroke. He had been suffering from ill health and had received medical treatment overseas several times in recent years.
"IRAQI President Jalal Talabani is in "stable" condition after a "health emergency" that saw him admitted to a Baghdad hospital, his office says.
Read more: http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/world/iraq-president-in-stable-condition/story-e6frfkui-1226540035454#ixzz2FQDn0AXF
Iraqi authorities deny President Talabani death report
I suspect if he isn’t dead he will be.
Time for Obama’s friends to take control.
Come on now, did he just fall and get a concussion? or, did someone apply screwdriver and hammer to him...
Inquiring minds want to know!
Looks like a job for CSI Baghdad...
Dead is fairly stable.
good way to tie in some other threads
Arab Spring. Part Next.
Being dead would be a “stable condition” after suffering a health crisis. There is no condition much more stable then being dead.
That would certainly be a steady state condition.
He yearns for the fijords.
Reports that he suffered the stroke after meeting with PM Al-Maliki
Didn't know Congress wanted to talk to him about Benghazi...
There is a big showdown between Kurdistan and Baghdad over oil
Talabani is a Kurd
Don’t know all the details of where he stands but the PM doesn’t like what is happening in Kurdistan right now.
Maybe it was time for Talabani to go.
So which fundamental Islamist is going to be appointed to take his place?
Another Yeshisassisfat rerun?
now in a Coma
“He’s not pining, he’s gone to meet his maker. This Islamist is no more. This is an ex-Islamist.”
“I guess I’d better replace him then....how about a slug?”
“Well, can it talk gibberish about the Great Satan?”
“Then it’s not a bloody replacement, is it?”
“How about Barack Obama then?”
“Much better, thank you.”
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