If an election is held in Iraq, it is by far most likely that a Shi'ite group would win.
According to Knight-Ridder, the Shi'ite are split into two factions.
One faction is led by an secular alliance of Chalabi, Al Sadr and Sistani.
And the other is an Iranian-style theocracy.
The top opponents to clerical guidance are former Pentagon favorite Ahmad Chalabi, supporters of the rebel Shiite cleric Muqtada al Sadr and allies of Sistani.
As I said before, only bad choices.