Mr. Bush and semi-president Cheney are going to try to make us believe that the “surge” is succeeding “in Baghdad” and that the Shiites (and the Iranians), rather than the Sunnis, are killing our kids in Iraq. Don’t buy it.
At least 118 Shiite pilgrims were slaughtered in attacks across Iraq on Tuesday, sparking fears of reprisals that could frustrate efforts by Iraqi and US forces to quell sectarian violence.
In one attack in Salaheddin province on Monday, six soldiers from Task Force Lightning died “as a result of injuries sustained following an explosion near their vehicles” and three more were wounded, a statement said.
…the Sunni-dominated province of Salaheddin, which includes Tikrit,[home of Saddam Hussein]
Three more Task Force Lightning troops were killed and one more wounded in a similar attack on the same day in Diyala province, also north of Baghdad…
Al-Qaeda in Iraq has recently moved its base of operations from Anbar province to Diyala. During late 2006 Baqubah and much of the Diyala province were reported to have come under Sunni insurgent control.  This insurgent control is reported to have continued as of early 2007 
Let’s get it straight, okay, Mr. Bush? Sunnis are killing our kids, in spite of the fact that your anti-democratic pals, the Saudis, are Sunnis. Mr. al-Sadr is not doing this. The Shiites are not doing this. Iran is not doing this. The Sunnis are doing it. Are we clear?