Election Day In Iraq

Thursday, December 15, 2005
Pajamas Media will be providing periodic updates from Iraqi correspondents in Iraq as the day progresses.

The stories posted by the Pajamas Correspondents are very compelling.

Iraq The Model - Wednesday evening

Hammorabi greets the new day.

Legacy Media

Reuters

Washington Post

New York Times

6 comments:

Knucklehead said...

We found that our ambitions are way bigger than the mere idea of voting or practicing our right to elect, now we feel that our votes are a responsibility and a heavy one.

So, how to we capture and occupy this terrain for ourselves?

Luther McLeod said...

Damn, I can't really imagine what it would feel like to be an Iraqi citizen at this point. They truly hold their future in their hands (or their purple fingers.) Awesome. I would like to thank GWB and our military for their efforts and sacrifices in achieving this milestone. No matter how it ends up. We tried.

clarice said...

Aren't we lucky to live in this age of instant communication? How marvelous.

Syl said...

yes! Go, Iraq!

I feel like a mother giving birth! LOL

ps...my connection in Richmond is almost dead. Other reports on the boards, Comcast still claims there's no problem. May be scarce for a while. Been going on most of the day.

Oh, and somehow I lost all my cookies. :(

David Thomson said...

The MSM seem to be behaving themselves. Most of the coverage appears to be positive. Has the leopard changed its spots? Oh well, it’s nice to see. How long will it last?

vnjagvet said...

DT:

Not to worry. NPR was on the case. Annie Garrells from Fallujah reported on the 3:00PM (EST) newscast that there was a complaint that one of the voting venues had too few ballots and the some of the ballot boxes were too small to hold all of the ballots;).

Sounds like Ohio last November to me.

Must be a Rethuglican cabal.