Iraq runs out of gas.
In Baghdad, hundreds of cars lined up at gas stations as word spread that Iraq's largest oil refinery shut down two weeks ago because of insurgent attacks. Nearly three years after the U.S.-led invasion, a fuel crisis again threatens to cripple a country with the world's third-largest proven oil reserves
Iraq's largest oil refinery, in Beiji, was shut down on 18 December because of the deteriorating security situation in the region.
"Production in the north, centre and south is about to suffocate," he said
Chalabi, a former bank robber who got no votes in the election, confirmed that he had been appointed acting oil minister.
Cheney is longing for the days of strongman Saddam and wants to appoint the bank robber Chalabi as president but he is too late.
Thanks to the US invasion, Iran now controls most of Iraq.
The Neo-Cons in the States are a dumber than dumb bunch of clowns.