Saturday, January 31, 2009

Iraq: On Ground Updates - Iraqi Elections - January 31, 2009

On Ground Updates, 2009 Elections
Iraq's provincial elections have wrapped up without any reports of serious violence
Saturday, January 31, 2009 brings us this GOOD NEWS and it starts off like this...
Polls closed at 6 p.m. (10 a.m. EST) on Saturday - an hour later than planned - after millions of voters cast ballots for influential regional councils around most of Iraq. There were no reports of major violence... Iraqi authorities imposed a huge security operation around the country that included traffic bans in major cities and extensive checkpoints and surveillance posts. The U.S. military also was out in force but did not take a direct role in the election security... Results from the elections are not expected before Tuesday...
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Read the full report HERE

Thanks for reporting this News, FOX. You’re the only one this morning with anything about it....
Under Tight Security, Iraqis Go to the Polls
About News Video: Iraqis vote in provincial elections under tight security. The vote is seen as a test for the nation's stability as the U.S. weighs dialing down its troop presence here.
News Video posted on YouTube by
You would think this would be FrontPage News but I just left the CNN, MSNBC, ABC, and CBS websites, (Saturday morning- 9:30am CST) and had to HUNT down any story on Iraq and today’s elections.

Talking about turning the page without a single THANK YOU sent out to the Troops and their leaders who made this all possible!

I HATE the MSM...

GREAT JOB U.S. Military...
And the NEW/FREE Iraqi People!!!

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