NYT features posts from Iraqi bloggers

In a brilliant move, the Sunday New York Times Opinion pages feature posts from four Iraqi bloggers in a piece titled: “Blogging the Iraqi Vote.”

If there was any consensus from the bloggers (A Star From Mosul, Baghdad Burning, Eject, and An Average Iraqi) it seemed to be that the 70 percent figure of eligible voters who made it to the poll is a consequence of an increasingly intolerable occupation.

I wonder if 70 percent of American voters would ever show up in a display of dissatisfaction with teh current regime at home?

One Reply to “NYT features posts from Iraqi bloggers”

  1. That journalist should be tied to a tree and a thousand shoes thrown at him and then shove them up his ass. If that's the feelings there, then all of you go to hell!! You cry cos you have lost a few lives, look at the American lives lost!!!And all for your sorry and ungreatful ass!!

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