A day in the life of the average Iraqi has been reduced to identifying corpses, 
avoiding car bombs and attempting to keep track of which family members have 
been detained, which ones have been exiled and which ones have been abducted.

  [...]
   
  That is Iraq right now. The Americans have done a fine job of working to 
break it apart. This last year has nearly everyone convinced that that was the 
plan right from the start. There were too many blunders for them to actually 
have been, simply, blunders. The 'mistakes' were too catastrophic. The people 
the Bush administration chose to support and promote were openly and publicly 
terrible- from the conman and embezzler Chalabi, to the terrorist Jaffari, to 
the militia man Maliki. The decisions, like disbanding the Iraqi army, 
abolishing the original constitution, and allowing militias to take over Iraqi 
security were too damaging to be anything but intentional.

  http://americanwars.blogspot.com/2006/12/end-of-another-year.html

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