Iraq After June 30th?

This AP report is just depressing:

Sunni politicians speak angrily of U.S. bias toward their Shiite rivals. Kurds are more outspoken in demanding self rule — if not independence. And someone — perhaps al-Qaida, perhaps Saddam Hussein (news – web sites) loyalists — killed more than 100 people in recent suicide bombings.

Rivalry and resentment among Iraq (news – web sites)’s ethnic and religious groups have become much more pronounced since Saddam’s ouster in April. And those tensions are rising as various groups jockey for position with the approaching June 30 deadline for Iraqis to retake power

The fault lines are emerging for a possible civil war