Saturday, April 11, 2009
Goal in Iraq
The US has recklessly refused to make a set of goals to base the decision upon when we should withdraw from Iraq. This perennial indecision provides a sort of "goal" that appears to have been settled upon, by default. It is that we will stay in Iraq until we create a stable, westernized, US-favoring government that has stopped its citizens from killing each other. The Doser notes that there is a government established in Iraq and, since that is the case, we are Nosy-Parkers if we don't just step out and let it run its own country.