Sunday, October 15, 2006

Another regime change for Iraq?

I predicted this a week and half ago. John Warner alluded to it days later. Now David Brooks adds fuel to my fire. Appearing on "The Chris Matthews Show," he says, "Bush is thinking about replacing the entire Iraq government."
Matthews: David, do you believe the President is looking for an out from his doctrinaire policy of staying the course?
Brooks: Not really, no I don't. I think they're looking at policy options. One of those options is trying to replace the current government which seems to be doing nothing.
So much for spreading democracy and freedom.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous lester said...

http://c4ss.org/content/14

how about NO state?


in hindsight, what we shold have done after 9/11 was made saddam give the shias the same sort of autonomy we made him give the kurds after gulf war one. he would have essentially been the dictator of a small sunni state. with very little power to do anything.

1:06:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

That's actually a better plan than what happened. Then again, any plan would have been better than what happened.

2:23:00 PM  

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