02 February 2005

A ban on driving cars is no deterrent to hundreds of residents of the Al Monsour district of Baghdad, Iraq, as they walk along a freeway to head to the polls to cast their ballots during the first free Iraqi election on Jan. 30, 2005. Millions of Iraqis throughout the country are participating in Iraq's first free election in over 50 years. Contrary to what CNN and MSNBC broadcasted - Iraqi turnout was extremely heavy - far greater than even the American elections - risking death at that. CNN - get your facts straight - you really suck! Posted by Hello


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This website is a photoboard. Drop the CNN shit. You're giving a spin to every caption you write. Get over yourself.

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