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To: Kitten Festival

What rule was broken?


4 posted on 04/16/2007 9:11:09 PM PDT by msnimje (True Conservatives will not support a pro-abortion candidate.)
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To: msnimje

GAP says the trip was unauthorized. Also, the report notes discomfort with the whole thing by the Bank staff and there are tons of ‘I don’t recalls’ among the neocons who seemed to be sponsoring her.

What bugs me is that this person is NOT EVEN a U.S. citizen and there she goes, waltzing into Iraq, calling the shots, making her recommendations about how the new government should be formed, no authority whatsoever except her political connections, setting up the pathetic miserable system of ‘democracy’ that is going on in Iraq today with Sadr practically running things and Maliki a clown and Chalaby a corrupt scumbag pocketing millions, and she’s secretly snickering about all the American suckers who are on ground dying for Iraq’s democracy. She must have looked very down on them, being stupid enough to fight the war while she pulled in her $200,000 salary or whatever it was at the time, god knows what she got paid on this, and called the shots. American troops were fighting and dying so that she could fashion Iraq in her unelected feminist fashion, leftist that she was. How do you like that little betrayal, that unearned right to reshape Iraq as Americans did all the fighting and dying. More and more, I am starting to see a Stab In The Back by all these neocons who are making millions while the Iraq war continues to spill American blood and treasure. It disgusts me. What right did that stupid woman have to go in there and form Iraq’s government? She contributed nothing except her bedroom skills.


5 posted on 04/16/2007 9:29:48 PM PDT by Kitten Festival
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