Saturday, June 03, 2006

Yeah. Just Like The American Revolution.

Hastert in Baghdad yesterday:
"As a history teacher for 16 years before coming to Congress, I know how difficult it was for our country, more than 200 years ago, to establish a working democracy. There is much here that remains to be done. And, it will continue to require sacrifice and patience from the Iraqi and American people.
The news from Baghdad this morning
According to police, witnesses at the scene told them than gunmen opened fire on a car that belonged to the Russian Embassy in west Baghdad's upscale Mansour district. Interior Ministry Lt. Col. Falah al-Mohamedawi said one person was killed in the incident, which took place just outside the embassy.

The Russian consul in Baghdad told Russia's RIA Novosti news agency that one Russian diplomat had been killed and four abducted.
Of course, things like this did not happen during our own Revolution.

1 comment:

Gary Kleppe said...

Actually, it is a lot like the American revolution, but with the US in the role of Britain.