First Journalist in newly-liberated Basra

Jerome J. Schmitt
No doubt multi-cultural leftists will lament that the "authentic" misogynist Muslims have been run out of Basra by their countrymen in the Iraqi Army, but the citizens themselves are celebrating their newfound security from violent fundamentalists resulting in the liberty to partake in such "decadence" as colorful clothing and music. 

Our own press - stuck in the quagmire of their own anti-war and anti-US mindset -- continues to perversely ignore any signs of progress in Iraq; meanwhile an intrepid female British Journalist, Deborah Haynes, has the
first report entitled "The men in black vanish and Basra comes to life".

Hat tip: Instapundit

No doubt multi-cultural leftists will lament that the "authentic" misogynist Muslims have been run out of Basra by their countrymen in the Iraqi Army, but the citizens themselves are celebrating their newfound security from violent fundamentalists resulting in the liberty to partake in such "decadence" as colorful clothing and music. 

Our own press - stuck in the quagmire of their own anti-war and anti-US mindset -- continues to perversely ignore any signs of progress in Iraq; meanwhile an intrepid female British Journalist, Deborah Haynes, has the
first report entitled "The men in black vanish and Basra comes to life".

Hat tip: Instapundit