Iraqis Vote Again

Omar reports that as of 2:45 local time, things are going smoothly in the Iraq constitutional vote;

The turnout in our district looks quiet good and actually going to the voting office was a good opportunity to meet some friends I haven?t seen in months.

I met one friend on the way and when I asked him what would his vote be he said that he hasn?t decided yet “if I voted yes I would be approving some articles that I don’t agree with and if I voted no we would go back to where we started from?” he said and that was really refreshing because this guy who used to believe in conspiracy theories and stuff like “what America wants is what’s going to happen” now feels that his vote can make a difference.

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  1. DL says:

    Though I take issue with the President for Miers, borders, spending, and McCain Feingold,
    I give this couragous man all the credit I can muster for his perserverance in prosecuting this war in spite of a full fledged blitzkreig by every liberal element, and too much of the rest of the world. Hip, Hip, Hurray, for George Bush on this one!

  2. Don Surber says:

    You think Lincoln didn’t go through the same (barnyard epithet for manure)?