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neurotic Iraqi wife

August 30, 2008

Obama the "Bahama"???

I havent been in the mood to blog lately. Im finding it extremely difficult to write about many things, when I know people who know me personally read my words. Ughhhh!!! I wish I never told anyone about it. Oh well Too late. I even missed my four year blogging anniversary!:(

I have started the tiresome cleaning process of both my electronic files and my room. Although I still have plenty of time, but Id rather get it out of the way. Have already given away one huge trash bag filled with clothes and toiletries. Some of the clothes still have their tags on. But Im trying to get rid of many things because first as a so called “TCN” Im not allowed to mail anything, and second, doubt they mail to the Emirates!

Tomorrow is a holiday for us (Labour Day is celebrated a day before) and I just cant wait to be a hermit for over 24 hours, woohoo. Im going to continue the clean up process. The shoes seem to be the most difficult to depart with, so Im keeping that to the last minute.

Skimming through old emails from two years ago is also turning out to be a nightmare. It would take me 5 minutes on each email to decide whether Im keeping it or deleting it. There are some of mine to govt personnel with my smart ass rude replies, lol. I still wonder how the hell did I last this long!?!

I have also been actively searching for a new flat to rent in AD. The prices have skyrocketed to an absurdly ridiculous numbers. For a 2 bedroom flat in a good area, 2 years ago would cost about 65k/yr AED. Now that same flat costs around 120k to 140k AED. It just is driving me nuts. Everyone is saying I should stay in the one I have already. I don’t mind that at all, except HUBBY feels “claustrophobic”. Im paraphrasing, He isn’t used to sitting in a place with no garden or balconies. WTH!!! He has been in a darn trailer or a hole in the wall room for over 4 years! I cant understand his logic because simply there isn’t any.

Maybe its just an excuse for him to take us to Florida. I don’t know. But that idea is not appealing to me at the moment, especially when I really want to be close to my family and NOT be a neighbour to 60 or 70 year old people who I have nothing in common with!!! It sure will be an interesting chapter of our life. And I am looking forward to it. Lets see how it goes.

Im also trying to secure a job before I actually leave this place. My boss has been great with forwarding my CV and talking to people he knows. I was taken aback by his enthusiasm. A few others have also suggested I give them my CV. Which is great. I don’t think I can handle being unemployed for a long time. Im very challenge oriented, and so taking on something new will be amazing. If I do get it, that is.

On a last note, whats up with this cat and mouse game of troop withdrawal? You either agree or don’t. Everyday I read a different headline that negates what was public the day before. Seriously now, why cant both countries just sign the darn papers already. Besides, since the US keeps saying that Iraq is a sovereign country with its independent laws, why cant the US just say yes to the Iraqi Govt’s request?!? Although Im extremely pessimistic to the aftermath BUT if the Iraqis feel that they would be ready by that date, then so be it. Bloody hell. Just sign the deal!!! Geez. If its 2011 then you still have 3 years to do what you want to do. THREE YEARS! Or maybe 3 years isn’t enough?

Im not gonna waste my breath on political shite anymore. I think its borrrrrrrring. Oh forgot to say that I actually was able to watch the Obama speech. Pretty impressive I must admit. He is growing on me very slowly. Im interested to find out how is his popularity in the States? Is he popular? Is he the favourate? What are people from other countries think?

I asked a few Iraqis, many did not seem to have interest in the US politics “We have enough of the Iraqi one let alone the US” in their own words. But of the minority who did say they are curious, said they like Obama more. It was funny, cause one of the guys said in a very enthusiastic manner and I quote “No Macyeen, yes Bahama” Bahama? I thought to myself, is that a new candidate that I haven’t heard about, hmmm? It took me a few seconds to register he actually meant Obama, lol. Oh well…

The question still remains, is the US ready and willing to accept an African American as president? Will it go down in US history? In a few months we will find out. Is it gonna be Obama? Obama the “Bahama”???
posted by neurotic_wife at 3:24 PM

31 Comments:

Obama is popular here in the States, although you still have the occasional rednecks who can't deal with the idea of a Black president. And now that McCain picked a female vice president for his running mate, things are starting to get interesting, especially because she seems like a fairly decent person, if that's a possibility in politicians. I'm a huge Obama fan, but can't deny that the votes McCain can now get from the disenfranchised female population with his runningmate are stealing a little of Obama's thunder. Great blog, by the way.

August 30, 2008 at 4:51 PM  

In Germany, all we ever hear about is Obama.

August 30, 2008 at 5:06 PM  

Obama is an absolute celebrity in the US beyond his political achievements. He is a immensely popular personality and a gifted speaker.

However, on the ethnicity factor, the citizens who make the time and effort to vote won't care about his race. Voters care far more about how you behave than how you look.

Voters absolutely care about his beliefs and values. Despite the dissatisfaction with the Republicans and Bush, I don't see compelling evidence that Americans outside the big cities truly want to change to (nor pay for) an increasingly more socialistic model of government.

Obama has tried hard to sound centrist, but his policies and Senate votes tell a different story.

How voters reconcile his words with this actions will determine his success--not his ethnicity.

By the way, his socialistic agenda certainly explains his popularity in Europe--und sicherlich in Deutschland.

August 30, 2008 at 8:02 PM  

It's like they took all the world's cheeseburgers and put them all in one brown man.

August 30, 2008 at 9:42 PM  

Hi Neurotica!

If its 2011 then you still have 3 years to do what you want to do. THREE YEARS! Or maybe 3 years isn’t enough?

Yes, I agree. 2011 is fine. In fact, if Obama is elected he has stated he plans to have US troops out of Iraq by the end of 2009. But the date is not the sticking point on the negotiations. It is the terms that nobody can agree on. I predict that US forces will begin being withdrawn by the end of this year (2008) because it seems as if nobody is serious about coming up with a SOFA that both parties can agree to.

About Obama, he is very popular. His biggest problem is that he seems to lack substance. That isn't the problem I have with him, but it is what most people criticize him for.

August 30, 2008 at 10:10 PM  

Obama continues to be successful largely on the *desire* of almost all Americans to elect a black man or woman president just to get it over with. Of course, he'll also get 98% of the votes from African Americans.

Will that be enough to carry him over the edge this time? I don't know. But if not, it will have zero to do with racism...exactly the opposite. This election is a referendum on Obama and on Obama alone.

For me? Nobama.

August 30, 2008 at 11:05 PM  

Hello Neurotica! Long time! Funny you should mention Florida. I spent my summer there with the family before coming back to New Mexico to finish my LAST, yes LAST semester of nursing school! I came back alone, no kids, no hubby :( I look at it as yet another deployment.

Anyway, if you choose Florida, there are many, many communities that have beautiful new homes with lots of young families roaming about. Lots of golf course homes, neighborhood homes, housing associations, tons of choices with not-so-ancient neighboors :) Not that I'm trying to talk you into it, but I'm from Southern California, and I must say, Florida is paradise to me. People vacation there, but I get to stay. We have 100 acres and lots of privacy in St Augustine (the oldest city in the nation).

As far as Obama goes, I won't be voting for him. Not because he's black, but because I'm a conservative. I am pro-life, like having my guns, and don't like very many 'liberal' views. I'm thrilled McCain picked a young woman with a great background. I was not going to vote at all until she came into the picture. So it looks like I will be voting McCain/Palin in November. By the way, I actually heard a lady in the grocery store telling her friend she thought Obama was the Anti-christ. So needless to say, there is a WIDE variety of opinion out there.

Always,
Melanie

August 31, 2008 at 5:55 AM  

The only problem about Florida is the fear of storms. So many hurricanes cause flooding in some locations and cause considerable damage.

I dislike Obama. Not because of his color but because he will make a statement one day and a day or two later will say"that's not what I meant". I am very happy that Sen. McCain selected Gov. Sarah Palin. I am sure that it will greatly improve his chance for election. She seems to be very well experienced in several different fields.

Wishing for the best for you and Hubby's future, long and happy life.

August 31, 2008 at 11:06 PM  

Florida is like Los Angelos: Perfect conditions, all the time except for...

In the case of LA it's earthquakes. In the case of Florida, it's hurricanes. But if you don't live ON the Beach, or on an island, it will rarely be a major problem.

There are a lot of young people in Florida, so don't worry about that. Living near Disney World, I had the vague feeling of being permanently on vacation. It's disconcerting but pleasant too.

September 1, 2008 at 12:05 AM  

Hey Marissa, Thanks!Im not very familiar with US voting. How does it work? As in can someone from one party vote for the other party? Or is it just exclusive for same party candidates?I actually like the woman Mccain chose. There was a program about her on TV, and as you said, she seemed extremely decent.

michemily, if you were elligible to vote who would you go for?

Gnomon, so would you go for him?

PG, Im not sure if everyone heard this, but we know that pretty soon, the GZ is going to diminish to just one street. There are plans for teh Iraqi govt to take over alot of the area and the US forces are now being asked to move to other FOBs. Not sure if that plan is tied with the withdrawal plan..

Lol cmar, nobama huh? what do u think about the lady McCain chose?I think that was a smart move, would that change many people's positions?

Melanieeeeeeeee, wow! I was wondering where you disappeared to. I have nothing against Florida, the problem is, the area my HUBBY has his place in, is in fact surrounded by 60-70 yr old people. I know his neighbours, and thats why Im abit apprehensive. Thats why I told him, if we do move there, then he better choose a place where there are atleast 20 people in my age group!!! :)

Wayne, yeah I know. HUBBY's place did get damaged a few times because of teh hurricane. Another thing I really dislike are the thunderstorms, cuz I have a real phobia from them. I lose all power over myself, and become as scared as a mouse :(

James, yup. I just hope it will be a long long time before we decide to go to Florida!!!

September 1, 2008 at 7:29 AM  

considering the choices until now, i'd not be surprised by any result. the oldest candidate running for a first mandate with the first woman ever nominated for the republican party against the first black man nominated for president with a regular white guy. i can't see how it could go crazier than that.

hey Wayne, could you tell me why you mentioned Obama without his Senator title, like you did for Sen. Mccain and Gov. Palin? is it a normal thing or a way to express political depreciation? (sorry if it's a dumb question, i don't live in US)

September 1, 2008 at 9:48 AM  

Interesting to here of your interest in Obama and our election. I am inspired by him and his message - he speaks to our future while McCain speaks to the past. I hate how the eangelical Christian group has such control over who is the Republican candidate. Republicans are far more successful with negative campaigns that attack the Democrats. And the conservatives make it like all Democratic contenders are too liberal - bordering on socialism/communism, etc. We are kind of wacky in our extremes regarding politics here. The election is way to long and focuses more on scandal and arguments than it is about real issues. And our media coverage is terrible - shallow and soap opera like. Some great democracy, right? Sunshine

September 1, 2008 at 10:27 AM  

Hi NIW, Ramadhan Mubarak! I'm not sure if you will celebrate Ead Al Fitr in Baghdad or in Abu Dhabi? we'll see, good luck with the winding down process.

Now back to the Obama thing, I'm not sure that Obama is the best bet from an Iraqi vantage point. As a spectator, Obama is a clear choice for me and I wholeheartedly support anybody against the republicans but as an Iraqi who has painfully watched the US systematically turn my country into ruins on all fronts and practically hand it over to Iran through a bunch of criminals, killers and thieves, I think Obama is not the right choice. He is going to cut and run as is the case historically with the US. I know Americans feel that they are paying too much for this war but let's not forget that nobody has forced them into it! Right? It is their leaders (whom were elected by Americans to lead them and do the decision making for them) that has decided to invade a country, contrary to UN resolutions although this country had nothing to do with their hysterical war on terror and it's obvious that they knew that. Saddam was a war criminal, a killer who sadistically pursued power for decades in Iraq but what was the American alternative? Is it better? I don't think so. Iraq and Iraqis will pay for the consequences of the US arrogance, recklessness and indifference to other people's lives for decades to come and all what I hear is “yeah, we know our president is stupid!”, Really, now whom do you think have elected this president? It was not the Iraqis, that's for sure.

I'm not saying that the Americans are the only ones to blame, Iraqis are also equally responsible. In fact, as an Iraqi, I believe that Iraqis have proved to be the least patriotic nation in history, hands down. Let me know if you want to know why but I guess it is quite obvious.

It really makes me mad that people look at things simplistically when it fits their interests. This is not the kind of thing that you say "OOPS, sorry about that"! No, this is a country with millions of lives on the line. Look at what the Americans did and still are doing when they were subjected to a terrorist attack that caused the death of 3,000 innocent civilians. Now let's look at how many Iraqis lost their lives, how many families lost their fathers, mothers, brothers or sisters and/or their main bread earners as a result of this war, it is at least 100 times more than that with millions more who have lost all their belongings, their houses and all their life savings.

I am living in Canada for the last few years and have had the opportunity to meet and talk to many Americans and I do realize now how profoundly indifferent ordinary citizens are to what is going on in the world! It is absolutely amazing! Now that would not be a problem if the US is not f*%king up things all around the world in the name of the war on terror and the so-called national security which is another fluffy term that is being conveniently interpreted by the US administration(s) to serve certain interests at certain times.

Ordinary Americans have to realize that when they vote a bunch of criminals dressed in nice suits to office and give them the power to use the American military (for no good reason) to invade countries and shatter the lives of millions just because they want to serve their own corporate sponsors and interests in the name of national security, they should realize that they have a responsibility for voting (or not voting). I do believe that most Americans are like many of us, they just want to live their lives in peace and plan for a brighter future for them and their families. Unfortunately, it is not that simple and won't be anymore. Politicians will do anything as long as they know they can get away with it. We have seen it in the US and also close to home in Iraq were ordinary Iraqis are really struggling everyday and the politicians that they voted in enjoy the life of luxury. I do hope Iraqis have learned their lesson although I doubt it. Iraqis are still under the influence of organized religion and it will take them some time to shake it off. Neurotica, please forgive this heavy dose of US-Iraq politics but I feel a bit better having got that off my chest. One last word that I would like to close with is that “With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility”. Cheers!

September 2, 2008 at 12:17 AM  

tib, There was no particular reason for not including Sen. Obama's title. I just left it out while trying to decide what to write.

Leo, The political party of the president is not what determins attacks on foreign countries. Any foreign attack must be approved by congress.

September 2, 2008 at 5:20 AM  

NIW, I guess what concerns me about Obama is the people I talk to about him. ( I try not to talk politics much). The main question I ask concerning his planned pullout, "What about the Iraqi people?" From what I understand from the answers it comes down to, "Who cares." I wonder what would happen if we left Iraq, Afghanistan, and other places people have forgotten about? What would happen if we gave up on the war on terror, just took care of ourselves and let the rest of the world "deal with it"? Solo

September 2, 2008 at 2:30 PM  

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September 2, 2008 at 6:33 PM  

Leo, what the hell? You don't want the US to "cut and run" (which I agree with) but when we stay the course you call it systematically turning Iraq into ruins on all fronts and "f*%king up things all around the world"? That's cookie-cutter "cut and run" talk. Often one must choose between standing up for what he thinks is best for his country and relishing in the sweet nectar of anti-Americanism, otherwise it creates contradiction.

Anyway, NIW, the impression I get is that Obama is popular here, at least at a personal level. Though, I get the feeling that both candidates are better liked than they were last election.

But about the 2011 pullout, I'm pretty sure there is no offical "Iraqi request" yet. Last I heard, Iraqi parliment was deadlocked, and I'm pretty sure they need to come to an agreement to finalize the SOFA thing (making an offical "Iraqi request").

-Dennis

September 5, 2008 at 1:06 AM  

Tib, I too think its gonna be an interesting vote. One thing I hate about the US elections is when they dig the dirt on people. Personally I believe ones own private life is just that PRIVATE. It all comes down to the person's capability and leadership.

Lol sunshine, exactly. I do agree, it is like a soap opera. But I still am curious, so can a person who is republican vote for a democrat candidate? Does it work that way?

Leo, Ramadhan Mubarak to you too. Im not sure where Eid will be, but definitely not here in Baghdad, woohoo :) Actually Leo, I do agree with alot of what you said. Kinda reflects what HUBBY thinks too. And whats even stranger, is those same people who were fighting the US for them to leave, are now asking them to stay?!?

Let me tell you this thou, we cannot as a nation depend on the States forever. The Iraqi govt got used to being pampered, and so now is the time for them to be on their own. Im serious. They have become one lazy bunch. Not just the govt, but all the Iraqis, Im sad to admit. They have become far too dependant. Khalas enough. They need to stand on their feet. Especially with the rebuilding process. I will write more abt it in another post inshallah, so I can explain to you what I mean exactly.

Solo, read the above...

Lol Olaff, so you inviting me for a coffee :)

Dennis, so who will you be voting for?

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September 7, 2008 at 9:18 AM  

You cannot vote until you have registered to vote. At that time you have declare your party, repiblucan, democrat or liberal, etc. For instance if you register as repiblucan than you have to vote repiblucan. But if you declare liberal or conservative you can vote for any party. I vote I hope this answers your question. Did'nt really know how to explain it.

September 8, 2008 at 11:16 PM  

Sorry Republican

September 8, 2008 at 11:18 PM  

Actually each state has their own rules about whether you can cross party lines to vote for a candidate from the other party. So you may get a variety of answers to that question. I have loved reading your blog.

September 10, 2008 at 1:05 AM  

Oh ok, I get it. So its when you vote, as in the day you vote thats when you state what party you want to be, and vote for the candidate? Correct?

Im not sure if I like that system. I think thats exactly the same way in London. I never really voted there, was never interested. But here in Baghdad it was different. They give you a whole list of names, and you choose which party.

Thanx Anon, Im glad you enjoy reading me, dont think many people can say the same :)

September 10, 2008 at 7:52 AM  

Oh ok, I get it. So its when you vote, as in the day you vote thats when you state what party you want to be, and vote for the candidate? Correct?

Kind of, you have to register to vote, I think atleast 30 days before poll day and during registration you have to declare your party. I was at work when I replied last time and trying to act like I was working (lol) and I told you the wrong info :) Independent not liberal can vote for any party they wish and that's how I vote because I think it's stupid to vote for someone just because you are a member of that party whether you agree with that party's agenda or not. I'm pretty sure I am going to vote for Obama at this point because he seems like the lesser of the two evils but I'm not sure I want to vote for either. I like Sarah Palin too, but I hope the American voters realize that they are NOT voting for Palin but Mccain.

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