U.S. Seeks Help In Iraq

American VoicesWorld ISSUE 39•35 Sep 10, 2003

In a U.N. resolution last week, the U.S. sought troops and money from all nations to aide in Iraq's postwar reconstruction. What do you think?

  • “They weren't too keen on helping us invade, but now that we've shown them we can do it, I bet they'll fall all over themselves to pitch in.”

    Joseph O'Brien –
    Systems Analyst

  • “Finally, the U.S. is allowing other countries to contribute financially to Iraq's reconstruction. They were getting really pissed off that we weren't letting them do that.”

    Erin Rose –
    Interior
    Designer

  • “We must get the other nations of the world to commit troops in Iraq. Then they'll be weak at home—and we can strike!”

    Brett Gelman –
    Poet

  • “There's trouble in Iraq?! Quickly! To the unilateral- invasion-mobile!”

    Don Moe –
    Translator

  • “When a nation sees a fellow nation going through troubled times, like Iraq is now, it's important to reach out and help. Together, through caring and sharing, we can make a difference.”

    Evan Foley –
    Lawyer

  • “Good heavens! So many problems and complications! I sure do miss having the old Iraq around, just the way it was.”

    Julie Brister –
    Social Worker

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