Turkey has been attacking the Kurds in Northern Iraq:
Turks rolling along
The Kurds have managed to oversee one of the more stable areas of Iraq, probably because they hated Saddam Hussein so much (they were the "own people" in the sentence "He gassed his own people").
How will they view US inaction in the face of such an intrusion into the free and soverign, happy and virtuous, somewhat sandy Iraq?
What happens if the Turks mistake US soldiers for Kurds?
What happens if Iran decides to defend the Kurds?
What if the UN decides to send in peace-keeping troops (I know I'm being absurd)?
Isn't this story a little bit bigger than the attention it draws from the corporate media?
How much are the Kurds going to take?