Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Still No Agreement In Iraq

This from the front page of the New York Times:

BAGHDAD, June 12 — Iraq’s political leaders have failed to reach agreements on nearly every law that the Americans have demanded as benchmarks, despite heavy pressure from Congress, the White House and top military commanders. With only three months until progress reports are due in Washington, the deadlock has reached a point where many Iraqi and American officials now question whether any substantive laws will pass before the end of the year.

Yet again we see the leadership in Iraq doesn't want to agree. They tell our leaders they will get x and y done by date z to make us happy. As long as we are there giving them all the time in the world they just don't care about coming to the table and making an agreement.

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