Iraq is a nation of good people, who, just like those in the United States and all nations, desire to live happy and peaceful lives. We must always remember to separate politics from people.....although that often seems impossible.
In a sense, it is impossible, since politics.....in theory at least.....are a practice by which collective groups of people decide upon policies for a nation, state, city, or even a family to some extent. However, not everyone's voice is heard, and every individual, regardless of power or status, deserves respect as a human person.
So, to answer your question: Yes, I like and care about the Iraqi people, and I wish them the best now and always.
by lady_love1587 years ago
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2011/04/0 … ep-the-oilI've said the same thing as Trump way before he went on Oreilly. I'm opposed to war unless it's in self defense and in that case to the victor go the spoils! If...
by LaVieja8 years ago
He is due to appear before the inquiry on Friday, and I suspect he will be finalising his script tomorrow night. No doubt his performance will merit an oscar if nothing else...lol
by Kathryn L Hill3 years ago
6/12/14: "Rampaging Islamic jihadists surged within 60 miles of Baghdad as the U.S. scrambled ... to airlift hundreds of Americans to safety." "...the Al Qaeda-inspired forces seized control of several...
by zari3 years ago
Why the airstrikes on Iraq?The fact that Obama did call the airstrikes to give food and water is good but the way he handled it was truly not responsible choosing to broadcast that he will be giving essentials to the...
by Charles James2 years ago
If you have been following the global events regarding regime changes, destabilized middle east, IS, the refugee crisis, you probably are aware that Russia has stepped into the arena.In the Russian mind, as always, they...
by Marianne Sherret5 years ago
Is it right to celebrate someone's death if you didn't believe in their politics?Margaret Thatcher, the former Prime Minister of the UK, died today. Whilst Thatcher was popular with some, she was also despised by many...
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