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Mar
08

They gave us “shock and awe”

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As today marks the fifth anniversary of the war in Iraq, attention has now been anxiously placed in the hands of the newly-formed Iraqi government and the overall responsibility concerning this conflict heavily lies with the United States.

The strong beliefs construed by the present administration to continue its occupation inside the region and successfully put an end to the “war on terror” has also brought more speculation to questions on what happened to those pesky weapons of mass destruction.

Americans have begun to move forward and are embracing for change. They are hoping that the incoming administration arriving at year’s end will grant some sort of closure on the situation.

Most recently, the conflict in Iraq has taken a back seat to President Bush’s contingency plan to stimulate a weakening economy.

Along with a six hundred dollar tax rebate for single residents near the end of June, Americans will be hit with inflation and rising unemployment.

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