We didn’t “win” in Iraq.

Despite claims that America won in Iraq, we’re likely to still see reports
 like this one from April 24, 2010:
“A wave of bombings targeting Shiites, a market in Baghdad
 and a neighborhood in Anbar province killed at least 61
people and wounded more than 100 others Friday, police said.
The strikes conjured memories of the bloodshed that once engulfed
 both the capital city and the vast province every day.”
(“At least 61 dead in Iraq bombings,” CNN Wire Staff, CNN.com, April 24, 2010:
http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/meast/04/23/iraq.violence/?hpt=T2)

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