Hey, things are going great; why do you ask?

Linden, Jack
August 2006
Hays Free Press (Buda, TX);8/30/2006, Vol. 103 Issue 20, p5
The article commends U.S. President George W. Bush for his leadership on the War on Terror. The details of how former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein destroyed weapons of mass destruction before U.S. troops arrived in Baghdad is presented. The reason why it is good that oil supply is scarce in Iraq is discussed. Information on how the army of the government is protecting the borders of Iraq against insurgents from Syria and Iran is mentioned.


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