Iraqi's Ready to Vote
Despite the "best" efforts of terrorists, including the recent bombing of a U. S. consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, President Bush and the Iraqi leadership continue to move towards a January 30th election, the first FREE election in Iraq.
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"They want us to leave Saudi Arabia. They want us to leave Iraq. They want us to grow timid and weary in the face of their willingness to kill randomly, kill innocent people. That's why these elections in Iraq are very important," Bush said.
Yawar, seated beside Bush in the Oval Office, came to Washington with a message that Iraqis want to vote on Jan. 30, and that only "some politicians" want to boycott the elections.
"Right now, we're faced with the armies of darkness, who have no objective but to undermine the political process and incite civil war in Iraq. But I want to assure the whole world that this will never, ever happen, that we in Iraq are committed to move along," he said.
I have no doubt that the majority of Iraqis wish to enjoy their natural rights, especially Life and Liberty.