Those ungrateful Iraqis

April 2007
National Catholic Reporter;4/6/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 23, p24
The author reflects on the issue that the U.S. should withdraw its military troops in Iraq. The author points out that the Democrats are the Congressional war opponents of the administration of President George Bush concerning the resolution which authorizes the Iraq war. He comments that it is time that the Iraqi government takes the responsibility of governance, security and the improvement of their constitution to secure the future of their country.


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