AP: At least 112 die in attacks across Iraq
AP: At least 112 die in attacks across Iraq: "Syria's foreign minister called Sunday for a timetable for the withdrawal of American forces to help end Iraq's sectarian bloodbath, in a groundbreaking diplomatic mission to Iraq that comes amid increasing calls for the U.S. to seek cooperation from Syria and Iran. At least 112 people were killed nationwide, following a week that had already seen hundreds of deaths."
Things seem to be spiraling, and at home Dems and Reps are calling for increasing the number of troops and possibly reinstating the draft (as I was traveling last night I heard Tim Russert's MTP on the radio). It's all very confusing and sounds like it's going to get a lot worse before it could possibly get better.