Iraqi hospital officials say at least 91 people have been killed and 250 wounded in twin car bombings that appeared to target government buildings in downtown Baghdad.
The powerful blasts went off less than a minute apart Sunday in parking lots near the headquarters of the Baghdad provincial administration and the Ministry of Justice building.
There were so many wounded that even civilian cars were pressed into service to bring the casualties to area hospitals.
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Mission still Accomplished
Someday we may actually be getting the hell out of Iraq (so we can get more people into the amusement park that is Afghanistan, this is the part where you're supposed to shout "USA!"). In the meantime, the legacy of the worst strategic decision since Vietnam continues: