21 May 2007

A New Iraqi Plan?

Is There Anything New?

This a quote from the "Independent".

The US Army tried to kill or capture Muqtada al-Sadr, the widely revered Shia

cleric, after luring him to peace negotiations at a house in the holy city of

Najaf, which it then attacked, according to a senior Iraqi government official.

This is from the Washington Post,

The comeback of the Iraq Study Group's suggestions underscores the intense desire

by some in Washington to fashion a workable long-term policy on Iraq. The months

since the commission issued its report have seen increased polarization, with

Democrats mostly united in their desire to end American involvement in the war

and President Bush struggling to buy time for additional troops to pacify


THe Bush Admin seems to want to try failed tactics in Iraq. They are trying to

wall off the bad guys to help security. China tried it--It failed. The US

brought in basically foreigners to run the country. The Brits tried it --It

failed! These guys just keep rewaching into a bag of failed policies and try

them again. The Sadr thing about invite to talk then kill, was used by the US

Army against the Apache. They called for peace talks with Mangas Colorado and

when he shpowed up he was killed. It failed! The Apache problem continued for

another 30 yrs or so.

Now after about 6 months the admin will take another look at the Iraq Study Group

Repoprt. Better late than never, I guess. Why is it revelent now and not 6

months ago? What part of it is attractive? Or are they grasping at straws?

Trying desparately to find something that will give them some good news and work?

The Bush Administration is a absolutely failure in foreign policy and grasping at

failed tactics from the past will not help the situation at all.



Side Note: Lebanon has exploded --AGAIN!

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