Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Hope is the Difference

Mohammed at Iraq the Model has eloquently expressed his thoughts on the third anniversary of the war. He is not disheartened and he would do it again.

... Life stopped and time stopped when Saddam ruled Iraq, actually that totalitarian regime was moving backwards and dragging us with it and nothing could stop the deterioration that began the moment Saddam came to power. We had to accept the change and live with all that would come along with it whether good or bad. The democracy we're practicing today in Iraq is the exact opposite of what we had for decades and until three years ago. This democracy carries the essence of life, the differences, the dynamics and yes, the failures but also the seed of a better future.

Before the liberation we were suffering and we had no hope, now we are also suffering but we have hope ...

3/21/2006 9:34 AM

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At Wednesday, March 22, 2006 7:31:00 AM, Blogger mal said...

as little as I care for Junior, I am again disappointed by how his comments of yesterday are being reported out of context and intended meaning.

I wonder if it is related our expectations of instant gratification? Or drama in the press?

At Wednesday, March 22, 2006 2:35:00 PM, Blogger jj mollo said...

Well, I am more frustrated with him than I am with the Press. In my estimation, he never says what needs to be said. Frank Warner complained about the same thing related to the recent press conference.


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