Originally Answered: How would people feel about Iraq war if the media instead of misrepresenting by showing the bad, publish good?
First off, most of Iraq is a "WAR ZONE" (though there is no "war" per se). War zones are not happy places that produce a lot of good news. Sad that you can't figure this out for yourself.
Secondly, in the last week, every major media outlet has reported the exact kind of things you are complaining about them not reporting. You might want to actually read, watch and listen to what's going on, rather than some propagandist who does your thinking for you.
Third, it's hardly "good news" that U.S. personnel, at U.S. taxpayer expense, are rebuilding facilities that U.S. personnel destroyed, particularly when Iraq (which has over 60% unemployment) has more than enough qualified people to do this rebuilding.
As for building schools, the schools that are being rebuilt were, before the invasion, undoubtedly the best co-ed, secular schools in the region. They are now segregated, Islamic institutions. This is hardly "good news."
Hospital rebuilding is another dubious "success" at best. Again, U.S. taxpayers are paying U.S. personnel to do a job that could just as well be done by Iraqi's. And, funny thing, they can't staff these hospitals. All the professionals in the country, including doctors, are leaving the the Wonderland we have created like rats from a sinking ship.
Finally, your most arrogant and obnoxious arguments, churches and the teaching of English. Iraq, if you hadn't noticed, is a Muslim country! What possible good is pushing a religion they don't want? You think this makes them happy?
As for teaching the English, are you really so naive to believe that they WANT to be taught English? These people had a complex language thousands of years before English existed. These are the people who created a legal system that still influences our legal system to this day. These are the people who first developed the principles (as well as most of the content) of our bibles. These are not children who need us to 'instruct' them or mindless clods who want to be just like us.