Baghdad gets less than one hour of electricity a day

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    The ability to even have electricity is something that is desperately needed if Iraq wants to continue to improve as a country.
     
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    We did that.
     
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    No, we didn't. The insurgents did it. True story.
     
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    There were insurgents in Iraq before we "liberated them".

    True story.

    Did they ask us to "liberate" them? I don't remember seeing that on the news.

    How come the women in Iraq say it was better under Saddam?

    True story.

    You see, it was bad under Saddam, but after what we did, it's worse. In that "black/white" world of right wingers, this simply isn't possible. Once again, conservative values clash with reality.

    True story.
     
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    Who wouldn't have been there had we not invaded in the first place.
     

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