General: Key Iraq areas unsafe for vote

The commander of U.S. ground forces in Iraq acknowledged Thursday that four of the country’s most populous provinces are not yet secure enough to hold national elections, an assertion underscored hours later when a roadside bomb in Baghdad blew up a Bradley Fighting Vehicle and killed all seven U.S. soldiers inside.

If the elections somehow manage to be held, they will not be represent the will of the populace, and thus will considered illegitimate. The Bushies are in deep trouble in Iraq, and things get worse every day for them. Let’s keep the pressure on and turn out in huge numbers for the Counter-Inaugural protests on January 20.