Friday, July 25, 2003

War News for July 25, 2003 Bring ‘em on: Ambush reported in Baghdad’s Dora district. Two US soldiers wounded. Bring ‘em on: Nightly ambushes continue in Ambush Alley. ``’Every night, it's knock on steel,’' said Staff Sgt. David Gonzalez, 33, master gunner for the 1st Battalion, 68th Armor Regiment.” CPA shuts down Baghdad newspaper and arrests editor. Japanese journalist robbed on Baghdad – Ramadi highway. US troops raid house in Baghdad, 16 arrested. Bodies displayed to journalists in Baghdad. Iraqis not convinced. Democratic congressmen start Iraq Watch. US-German ties seriously damaged by Iraq war. Rummy still insists the Generals don’t know what they’re talking about: there is no guerrilla war in Iraq. Rummy says he checked the dictionary, so he's sure on this point. I ain't making this shit up, folks. US presses hard for troops from Pakistan, India, Turkey. If the Bushies had worked hard for allies, we wouldn’t be in this mess. Local story: Connecticut soldier wounded by mine near Syrian border. Local story: One of the three US soldiers killed near Mosul was from California. Comic relief: Heritage Foundation says that every day in every way the situation is Iraq is getting better and better. Now who should those Iraqis believe: the Heritage Foundation or their own lying eyes?


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