The story on surging Iraq oil production in the New York Times is a wonder to read
Iraqi oil is easing the worldwide price, providing leverage over Iran in the negotiations over the latter’s nuclear program, and is likely to match Saudi output in a few years.
These are great benefits to the world, and they must be surprising to the left since George Bush and Dick Cheney invaded the country to get the oil. And the idea that Dick Cheney, pawn of Texas oil interests, forced an invasion that has now resulted in falling crude prices, well, that is going to give the left some headaches.
If the left thinks at all about the nonsense it pumped out from 2003 since. Which it has given no signs of doing or ever intends to do.
The Times asserts that the turnaround in the Iraqi oil industry began…wait for it…in 2009.
Just when the oceans stopped their rise