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Monday LunchTime Opinions @ 1:35 PM CDT - 6/13/2022


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Remember, no one really  knows what will happen, or when. They're simply stating their opinions based on what they perceive to be happening in Iraq... :twothumbs:RON 

 

 

*** Kaperoni ...as long as Maliki has power there's a chance that nothing's going to happen in Iraq. And it seems to be more and more coming true. He has now pushed Al-Sadr out of the political process. Not good..!

 

*** Sandy Ingram  Article: "Iraqi MPs Loyal to Muqtada Al-Sadr Resign" Ok people this is no longer just talk...Iraqi lawmakers loyal to the popular Al-Sadar resigned from parliament in order to break the country's political deadlock...the question now is who will fill these seats. What does the constitution say about empty parliament seats? Will parliament elect a new government by this time next week?

 

 

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57 minutes ago, ronscarpa said:

Remember, no one really  knows what will happen, or when. They're simply stating their opinions based on what they perceive to be happening in Iraq... :twothumbs:RON 

 

 

*** Kaperoni ...as long as Maliki has power there's a chance that nothing's going to happen in Iraq. And it seems to be more and more coming true.

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Somebody...Pleeeeeeze put a bullet in Maliki's head so we can get on with the show.

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6 hours ago, ronscarpa said:

Remember, no one really  knows what will happen, or when. They're simply stating their opinions based on what they perceive to be happening in Iraq... :twothumbs:RON 

 

 

*** Kaperoni ...as long as Maliki has power there's a chance that nothing's going to happen in Iraq. And it seems to be more and more coming true. He has now pushed Al-Sadr out of the political process. Not good..!

 

*** Sandy Ingram  Article: "Iraqi MPs Loyal to Muqtada Al-Sadr Resign" Ok people this is no longer just talk...Iraqi lawmakers loyal to the popular Al-Sadar resigned from parliament in order to break the country's political deadlock...the question now is who will fill these seats. What does the constitution say about empty parliament seats? Will parliament elect a new government by this time next week?

 

 

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Kaperoni again shows how little it knows. Sadar might do quit a few thing, but give up on the people of Iraq is not one of them, and bending to the likes of Maliki is not going to happen. Sadar is up to something and this move of his is calculated. What he’s doing, we’ll wait and see, though if they RV’ed tomorrow I’m okay with never finding out and moving on😁👍

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27 minutes ago, utah rock said:

Kaperoni again shows how little it knows. Sadar might do quit a few thing, but give up on the people of Iraq is not one of them, and bending to the likes of Maliki is not going to happen. Sadar is up to something and this move of his is calculated. What he’s doing, we’ll wait and see, though if they RV’ed tomorrow I’m okay with never finding out and moving on😁👍

agree Kaperoni has shown over the years hes a flog and knows nothing...

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