Notes on the Atrocities
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Tuesday, April 13, 2004  

From the Arab News:

Nevertheless, Iraqis should be looking forward to getting their country back at the end of June, courtesy of the affable Americans who swept in on their metal chargers to save them. After all, those nice members of the Iraqi Governing Council, including Rumsfeld’s buddy the embezzler and his nephew Nouri Badran, who is the brother-in-law of Iyad Allawi, the cousin of Ali Allawi, the newly-appointed interim defense minister — all council members. This is called "keeping it in the family" which as everyone knows is one of the main principles of democracies since time immemorial. Or am I getting my democracies confused with oligarchies?

posted by Jeff | 9:12 AM |
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