Sunday, October 22, 2006

Election Fever in Iraq

It looks like the Iraq arm of the Democrat election campaign machine is working full time now-

Between 18 and 20 people were killed and dozens were wounded Saturday in an attack at an outdoor market in a Mahmoudiya town, Iraqi authorities said.


Police and members of anti-American Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's militia fought in another southern Iraq town on Saturday, leaving nine people dead.

A gun battle erupted in Suwayra, in Wasit province nearly 40 miles south of Baghdad.

This comes after an eruption of violence this week in Amara between police and the militia, known as the Mehdi Army.

I'm not in any way trying to suggest a link between the Dems and the terrorists but only the most naive would believe that the terrorists are unaware of the impending election and the effect that a surge in violence may have on the electorate.

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