May 1, 2004

Mission Accomplished

There are no longer torture chambers or rape rooms or mass graves in Iraq

Free societies do not use weapsons of mass destruction

Life for the Iraqi people is a world away from the cruelty and corruption of Saddam's regime

Posted by Raoul

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