Friday, September 24, 2004

Things are getting worse in Iraq?

Listening to the so-called mainstream media recently, it seems as if things are getting worse rather than better in Iraq. To be sure, there is more violence occuring recently, including the barbaric beheadings of two American hostages this week alone. But there is always more to the story than meets the eye, and the Conspiracies Group of the Lost-Tooth Society has suggested that it is a bit too convenient for the Kerry Campaign that the situation in Iraq is being portrayed by the mainstream media as rapidly deteriorating.

To counter-balance the perspective of the mainstream media, the Conspiracies Group has brought to our attention an article by James S. Robbins in the National Review Online wherein he describes the results of several large, scientifically conducted polling of Iraqi citizens.

There is too much detail to recite here, but suffice it to say that the majority of people of Iraq believe that they are in much better shape in almost all matters now than during Saddam's dictatorship.

Read the whole article here.

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