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Connect Iraq: What do we want?

Note: my trip to Iraq is part of a Global Bridge Builders project named Connect Iraq. The project goal: Increase connectivity -- the conversation -- between the Iraqi people and everyone else.

j Baumgart -- j's scratchpad -- writes in a comment: I'd like to know what life is like for an Iraqi right now.

Do they fear the Americans?

Are there shortages of food and other necessities?

Do people feel secure?

What do they really think about the American occupation?

What do they envision for their future?

Do they think America will leave as the government hollowly promises?

What good things are we doing over there? What are all of the contractors doing?

What is it like to be an American contractor there?

How can the average American help Iraq and its people?

What about international troops?

What else do we want?

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