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November 6, 2008

Is the party over?

Aggregated from: Raed in the Middle

I know that the confetti has not settled down yet, but I think it's time already to ask the Obama-Biden campaign some questions about their foreign policy plans, especially regarding the U.S. role in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and regarding ending the U.S. occupation of Iraq. I did not vot...

Bush, Saddam & Obama

Aggregated from: Eye Raki

I had always wanted McCain to win the presidential elections even though everyone around me had made me feel that would be asking for too much. It was Biden's Iraqis-are-uncivilized-monsters plan, Obama's constant why-the-hell-should-we-help-the-Iraqis-anymore line and the dodgy characters in Obama'...


Aggregated from: Raed in the Middle

euphoric is the word to describe washington dc last night. I was done with my last TV interview at around one in the morning. When I walked out of the studio I was really surprised to see dozens of cars driving around honking their horns, and people running around the streets screaming and dancin...

November 5, 2008

Iraq responds: OBAMAAAAAAA!!!! woooohooooo. Wow!!!

So says Neurotic Iraqi Wife. Overall Iraqi blogs were positive toward president elect Obama, but not all bloggers were happy. Salam Adil rounds up Iraqi reactions to the American presidential election.

November 4, 2008

Who Would Iraq Elect, Obama or McCain?

“Perhaps no other country in the world sees itself as directly affected by Tuesday’s outcome as much as Iraq… If any case could be made that non-Americans should be allowed to vote for either Obama or McCain, then Iraqis would get the first go.” So who would Iraqi bloggers vote for? There is a very wide range of opinions to choose from.

September 1, 2008

Iraq: “Obama couldn't care less about us”

read says Iraqi Pundit. Apart from the usual suspects, talk of the US Presidential campaign in Iraqi blogs is pretty thin on the ground. But that silence in itself speaks volumes.