Monday, January 19, 2009


While everyone is busy sipping Obama Kool-Aid, 2009 is going to be quite critical for Iraq.
This year, Iraqis will hold as many as 10 elections. Elections will be held on topics as simple as provincial elections to complicated ones like the security agreement with the US, and referendums on Kirkut and Basrah autonomy.

Aside from the drawing-down of forces, what have we heard from the Obama team?

Will Bidden still push for a breakup of Iraqi regions like he did in the Senate?

What will the Obama Administration do in the event sectarian violence erupts on the eve of elections?

How committed is Obam to Iraqi democracy? Is he committed at all??


RightWingRocker said...

More and more, it's looking like Obama is going to do exactly what Bush did, both with regard to things he did right and things he did wrong.

I guess he just has no way of knowing any better, despite he claims of knowing so much during the campaign.

Oh well.


Joaquin said...

I hope Obabma becomes the greatest President in history.
My concern is how he handles the first international crisis. His handling will establish his/our position in the world.
I hope I'm wrong, but I don't think bad guys are quaking in their boots.