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State Department Still Making Un-American Statements

Saturday, December 31, 2005

(SNN Washington) This week, the State Department issued another travel warning for Iraq. The report suggests that American citizens stay away from aircraft and road travel.

The Bush administration has made it very clear that things are getting better and better in Iraq

The Bush administration has made it very clear that things are getting better and better in Iraq, yet the department state continues to strongly warned US citizens against travel to Iraq, saying that it remains very dangerous.

While the White House has told us that democracy is on the rise and that fighting is in its last throes and confined to a few small provinces, the State Department claims that remnants of the former Baath regime, along with international terrorists, criminal groups, and numerous insurgent groups remain very active attacking both military and civilian targets throughout the country.

And the State Department keeps saying slanders things such as, "All vehicular travel in Iraq is extremely dangerous. There have been numerous attacks on civilian vehicles, as well as military convoys. Attacks occur throughout the day, but travel at night is exceptionally dangerous."

When will the State Department realize that if they really want to make Americans safe they should get on board with the current administration and present a united front? There continues to warnings about the safety of Americans only ends up hurting the very people they intend to protect.


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