Terrorists are 'running out of people to kill,' says Obey

Soraghan, Mike
November 2007
Hill;11/6/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 131, p1
The article reports on the statement made by House Appropriations Committee Chairman David Obey about the funding in Iraq War at the National Press Club in the U.S. He stated that violence is decreasing in Iraq because insurgents are running out of people to kill and stressed that military success has not led to political reconciliation. He also accused President George W. Bush, his allies, his aides of hypocrisy, as well as unwillingness to negotiate is immature.


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