Germany Rejects Speculation That Iraq Policy May Change
German officials today reaffirmed their policy of not contributing troops to the American-led coalition in Iraq and rejected speculation, prompted by a remark by the country's defense minister, that that policy might change in the foreseeable future.
"There will be no German soldiers in Iraq," a government spokeman, Thomas Steg, said, answering reporters' questions about a report in The Financial Times in which Defense Minister Peter Struck seemed to hold the door open for a possible change in Germany's policy.
Wednesday, October 13
Oh, Well, THAT'S a Relief
The Bush crackheads will see this as a big victory for their side. That's how perverse these people are.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 2:11 PM