Monday, April 26, 2010

De-Baathification Committee invalidates votes for 52 candidates

"An Iraqi review panel on Monday invalidated votes cast for 52 candidates in last month's election, throwing into question the slim lead of the winning Sunni-backed alliance."

Iraq Pundit writes: "I don't know how it looks to the rest of the world, but my friends and I see it as Iran stealing the election from the Iraqi people. My friends, a teacher, a dentist, and a lieutenant in the Iraqi army all agree that Iran is behind all the legal moves to declare Maliki the winner."

21 comments :

Anonymous said...

the puppet regime was invalidated by the Iraqi people long ago. Long live the resistance.

Anonymous said...

yes, Saddam's puppet regime was invalidated by the Iraqi people years ago. Long live the revolution!

Dolly said...

Remember when the U.S. supported Saddam? No one cared what he did.

Many of these supposed crimes in the spotlight recently (Kurdistan), actually happened 30 years ago.


So:

(1) American lamebrainz have a 25 year delay before they start to care about someone?

(2) They need an excuse for the Crusades, now that the WMD thing has been exposed as a deliberate lie for a war of aggression ?

I wonder which it is!

Iraqi Mojo said...

"Remember when the U.S. supported Saddam? No one cared what he did."

Except a majority of Iraqis.

Anonymous said...

You dont speak for Iraqis really cool dude. You would be better off speaking for those hot latinas who cant keep their hands off you. roflmao

Iraqi Mojo said...

Yes I speak for myself, falastizi:)

Iraqi Mojo said...

Falastizi, Iraqis are allowed to have their own individual opinions, unlike under Saddam Insane.

Anonymous said...

But you are not Iraqi really cool dude and you do not have your own opinion. You are a parrot. Now run along and repeat what the white man says. How many hot latinas did you party with this weekend? I am not a Palestinian although it would be an honor to call myself one. I am from Jordan. My name is Habis. Send a few of those hot latinas over my way will ya really cool dude? lol

Anonymous said...

If I were a REAL Jordanian I would laugh at Habis for being a jealous little American crybaby hypocrite.

It’s so sad how such a pathetic man relentlessly boosts his little ego by trying to bring others down to his level.

Anonymous said...

Habis is neither Jordanian nor Palestinian. Habis is Arab period.

Anonymous said...

I don't think Habis speaks for Arabs.

Anonymous said...

Im not trying to bring anyone down. You guys can do that all by yourselves, and you do it well. What I am trying to do is get just one of you cowards to come out from hiding behind a screen and meet me in person. My offer still stands.

Anyone here able to do anything besides type words on a screen and hide? Anyone here with the balls to face an arabjarab? Are you all pussys? Everyone single one?

Anonymous said...

Do words hurt you?

Anonymous said...

If I were incapable of articulating my beliefs, I might also want to attack people with whom I disagree. Your immaturity is embarrassing. Why is so important for you to identify yourself as ‘Arab.’?

Anonymous said...

its not arab. its arabjarab on this blog. I just want to see if anyone can say that word in front of me. That is all. It seems like they cant. Only behind a screen can they speak like that. what a shame.

Anonymous said...

I think Mojo calls you this because you side with bad people.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I call him this because he is jarab, a wound that will not go away, a stain on Arabs and Islam. Not all 3arab are jarab. Habis el Urduni, Saddam el Falastizi, Abu Musab el Zarqawi, and Usama bin Ladin are good examples of 3arab jarab, the slime of humanity.

Anonymous said...

Mojo, why don't you forget about Iraq, Saddam, Uday, the "arabjarab" and Arab politics in general, and just identify yourself as an American, feel American and enjoy your life in America ?

There's no shame in being American. Give it a try. Iraq has nothing to offer to you, not now...let alone in the future. You're complicating your life for nothing.

Iraqi Mojo said...

I identify myself as an American, but I was born in Baghdad and spent 8 years of my childhood there. I have seen what Saddam and the 3arab jarab did to Iraq and I want people to know about it.

I do feel American and I enjoy my life in America. I am not ashamed to be American. I am quite proud of it and I am grateful to America for giving us freedom and opportunity when Saddam and his clan threatened us with imprisonment and death while the 3arab jarab cheered him on.

Maury said...

Nothing wrong with liking your home Mojo. Those claiming to hate amreeka while living here are such hypocrites. The door is wide open. Nobody is forcing them to stay.

My wife is from Cambodia. Her dad worked at the US embassy and his family was evacuated before the Khmer Rouge took over. He missed Cambodia and moved back as soon as it was safe enough. He spent the last 15 years of his life there,alone. The rest of the family liked the US more. I like Cambodia. I've tried to talk my wife into making the move. Not happening.

Lynnette In Minnesota said...

I'm starting to understand Jeffrey's annoyance with Anonymous posters. They all look alike and one can't keep them straight. *sigh*

Pick a name...any name...you don't even have to sign in, just add it to the end of the post.