U.S. Has End in Sight on Iraq Rebuilding

  1. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...010200370.html
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  2. 14 Comments

  3. by   VeryPlainJane
    You brake it, you bought it!
  4. by   mwbeah
    Quote from VeryPlainJane
    You brake it, you bought it!
    How does coming to a stop mean purchase??
  5. by   VeryPlainJane
    Quote from mwbeah
    How does coming to a stop mean purchase??
    Ask Colin Powell, he is the one that said that.
  6. by   URO-RN
    it's been broken....for a long time:stone
  7. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from URO-RN
    it's been broken....for a long time:stone
    I agree . . . and SH broke it.

    steph
  8. by   Roy Fokker
    Quote from stevielynn
    I agree . . . and SH broke it.

    steph
    He wasn't the only one. That the insurgency and pre-war misappropriated led to the lack existed is fact, but it can't be denied that we also contributed to it.
  9. by   mwbeah
    Quote from VeryPlainJane
    You brake it, you bought it!
    I thought to damage something was to BREAK it......................... not BRAKE it.
  10. by   VeryPlainJane
    Quote from mwbeah
    I thought to damage something was to BREAK it......................... not BRAKE it.
    Thanks, want to be my spell checker?
  11. by   mwbeah
    Quote from VeryPlainJane
    Thanks, want to be my spell checker?
    That wouldn't be right, I would be contributing (or condoning) to plagiarism, it seems that your postings (at least many of them) can be found word for word taken from the internet.
  12. by   VeryPlainJane
    Quote from mwbeah
    That wouldn't be right, I would be contributing (or condoning) to plagiarism, it seems that your postings (at least many of them) can be found word for word taken from the internet.
    I see your trying to pick a fight..find someone else.
  13. by   pickledpepperRN
    The national electrical grid has an average daily output of 4,000 megawatts, about 400 megawatts less than its prewar level.
    Iraqis nationwide receive on average less than 12 hours of power a day. For residents of Baghdad, it was six hours a day last month, according to a U.S. count, though many residents say that figure is high.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...010200370.html

    This is especially inconvenient because there must be electric power for water faucets to work.
  14. by   SmilingBluEyes
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