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August 10, 2007

Places Not to Go on Your Iraq Tour
Posted by Ilan Goldenberg

I wonder if Ken Pollack and Mike O'hanlon went here.

"We're fighting in multiple directions," said Col. Michael Garrett... "We are in the middle of it.  I'm not fighting one sect or the other. I'm fighting both. And not only am I fighting both, but at certain points I have to put my forces in between the Sunni and Shi’a groups to protect the populace."


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According Juan Cole, O'Hanlon and Pollack cooked the books when it came to U.S. losses since they did not compare this year July's casualties to the Julys of the previous years and by this criteria last month was the bloodiest in years. Also accordding Martha Raddatz both Pollack and O'Hanlon failed to include suicide bombings as incidences of sectarian violence. I just hope that PollaPk is not still on Hillary Clinton's national security team since he has been so wrong when it comes to Iraq.

I'd like to know how many tours the self-professed military "experts" of Democracy Arsenal have gone on. I'm quite sure my record book lists two that I've gone on, albeit they tended to offer as many opportunites for tourism as they did IEDs.

soldier, the Democracy Arsenal experts don't have to tour Iraq. They already have their answers and any further information could only cloud the issue. There are great forces at work in the world and we are supposed to be on the losing side. We are expected to acknowledge that and give up.

There is no place left to see in Iraq, perhaps mortuaries in the country would have more dead bodies than another countries, at least in the near future...
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