Give it a chance.
Meanwhile, in the places useful idiots O'Hanlon and Pollack didn't go:
A minibus exploded Monday in a Baghdad market, killing at least six people - a brutal reminder of the dangers facing Iraqis, who only hours ago were joyously united after their underdog national soccer team won the prestigious Asian Cup.
The U.S. military also said three soldiers had been killed in fighting in Anbar province west of Baghdad last Thursday. The deaths raised to at least 3,651 members of the U.S. military who have died since the start of the Iraq war in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count.
In all, 58 people nationwide were killed by bombings and attacks.
Just like Philly.