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Monday, October 23, 2006

Good News From Iraq Part #1

Those coming from Truth Laid bear, here is Good News From Iraq part #2. TTLB had the wrong URL.

Since the left media and the Democratic party seem to only focus on the bad news from Iraq, I am going to dedicate some time to the
good news in Iraq. Didn't think there was any? WRONG. There is and plenty of it.

These are todays news releases:

10/23/06: BAGHDAD Coalition Forces killed an insurgent Monday morning as they conducted movement to a suspected terrorist location south of Balad and later destroyed a building associated with terrorist activities, killing four more.

Release here.

10/23/06- BAGHDADMulti-National Division – Baghdad Soldiers discovered two large weapons caches in western Baghdad Saturday and Sunday.

Soldiers from 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, attached to MND-B, found a large weapons cache in western Baghdad at approximately 11 p.m. Saturday.

The cache contained 64 rifle grenades, 24 60mm mortar rounds, 19 155mm fuses, six missiles of unknown size, a helicopter rocket, a homemade bomb, 13 130mm fuses, seven sticks of C4 explosive, eight blocks of TNT, two cans of 7.62mm ammunition and 700 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition.

Later, Soldiers from 2nd BCT, discovered a second cache in western Baghdad.

Release here.

10/23/06- BAGHDAD, IraqCoalition Forces detained a suspected terrorist in Mosul today during a raid targeting a high-level Al-Qaeda leader considered one of the main foreign terrorist facilitators in Iraq.

Release here.

10/23/06- BAGHDADIraqi army soldiers detained three members of a sniper team Thursday evening while conducting operations in Ghazaliya, a neighborhood in northern Baghdad.

Release here.

10/22/06- BAGHDADIraqi National Police from 3rd Battalion, 5th Brigade, 2nd National Police Division, seized weapons and munitions when they searched the Al Kur Mosque and nearby houses Thursday in Mansour, a muhalla in western Baghdad.

Release here.

10/22/06- SADIYAH, IraqIraqi Army and Coalition Force Soldiers captured a suspected arms dealer as well as 15 other individuals Oct. 22 during a raid near Sadiyah, Iraq after receiving valuable tips from local citizens.

Release here.

10/21/06- BAGHDADCoalition Forces killed one suspected terrorist and detained seven other suspected terrorists, to include a close associate of the targeted terrorist, during a raid in Ramadi Saturday morning.

Release here.

There is plenty more, updated daily... go there often, read the good news coming out of Iraq.

Here is a list, updated daily with the good news and our brave soldiers accomplishments in Iraq and Afghanistan. These are the stories the left media and the Democratic party do not want you to see. Pass it along, tell people, show the world all the good our troops are doing.

Website URL for Good News Iraq.

I would like to personally thank The Pirate's Cove, because it was a post I read there last night that got me to thinking about all the good news that the world should be told about Iraq and our soldiers there. I will be updating with more good news, because if the left media and the Democratic party won't tell the truth, we have to.

Excellent Post from Right Truth.
Check out the Townhall Blog.
Macsmind has a piece on the NYT.
Fmragtops Spews has a troll challenge that is pretty damn good.
Right Wing Nation is saying what I have been saying, we have been too easy on places like Iran, a must read piece. Also an open thread there.
186 k per second has one on the stroking of the Democrats by the MSM.
Right Wing News has set up a googlebomb of their own.
Outside the Beltway is having Beltway Traffic Jam.
Sister Toldjah has an open thread.
The Lone Voice is also posting good news from Iraq. Stop by and read some of it.
Planks Constant has a good post. (suggested read)
Protein Wisdom with 5 reasons to vote Republican.
Blogs for Bush has "Why we Fight"

[UPDATE] I would like to mention two wonderful articles I have just read on the real clear politics page. One was written by Micael Barone called "Uneasy for a reason" and the other from Tim Hames called " Thanks for the Liferaft, Matthew, but I'm not about to jump shipover Iraq".
Both articles are fabulous and well worth the time it will take to read them.