An Aside on Iraq Government

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    http://www.nationalreview.com/thecorner/05_04_03_corner-archive.asp#060074

     
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    I enjoyed watching the TV coverage of the Kurds driving around in their cars, honking their horns, and the church bells ringing in celebration of the election of a Kurd as president of Iraq. Since the Kurds have had their own government for several years, the Kurd was probably the most qualified person (had actual government experience under his belt) to be elected to the position.
     

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