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Friday, March 30, 2007

U.S. Politics Made Difficult

When people in other countries read about U.S. politics, especially in the last few weeks, they must have a difficult time knowing what will happen next. I'm even finding it hard to figure out.

The toughest part for me to understand is why President Bush and Congress don't seem to be able to reach an agreement on how to bring an end to the war in Iraq.

Then there's the question I'm sure has been causing plenty of stress-related headaches: Will there be a war between U.S. and Iran, with possibly other countries getting involved? That would be a terrible idea if you ask me. Just think how difficult it would be to have war in both countries at the same time.

In my opinion, getting the troops out of Iraq over a year or slightly more is what needs to be done and Congress is trying to do it by way of the budget. However, the president keeps telling Congress that he would veto such legislation if it reaches his desk.


At 11:21 AM, Blogger Eiizumi said...

Hi, thanks for tagging at my blog. Everything is cool. Having a great job and being great in my personal life.

For this blog post, I guess pulling out of Iraq is a must but it'll take some time. Or else Iraq will still be messed up again. Especially when the Middle East Islam is factionalised. And Iran is on the threat of going nuclear.

If Iran ever goes nuclear, the balance between the Arabs Sunnis and Shiites will definitely be more unstable.

Especially the monarchies in the Middle East Arab nations will feel the most unease. Shiite extremism is anti-monarchy.

Bush should pacify those who go against him by logically explain why is there a need for US presence there. A potential military balance vaccuum.


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