Monday, May 22, 2006

The Failures of Policing Iraq

Two articles in the New York Times show the progress (or regress I should say) in creating and maintaining law and order in Iraq pre-war and post-war. These should show pretty clearly that in the end, the Bush adminstration talked tough in regards to their war, but their planning was the worst it could possibly be. They did not listen to experienced nation-builders, and instead, derided those who said their plan could not be done. Bush's plan for Iraq was inherently flawed to begin with. Time to make him pay for his ineptitude.


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