The liberated

Yesterday, Iraqis were interviewed on TV. (Anyone else find it strange that that's rare? This war was fought for them, right? Right?)
One man was searching for his missing brother. It's poignant that your assumption, if a relative is missing, is that he's arrested, even if he didnít do anything.
Also interviewed was a family. All spoke fluent English, so they were hardly 'ordinary' Iraqis. The father said Saddam didn't just do bad things; he did feel liberated. His daughters didn't believe Americans risked their lives to liberate them.
It was interesting. So Gallup, how about a poll among Iraqis?

Posted by cronopio at 01:31 AM, April 24, 2003 | Comments (0)