Tuesday, March 21, 2006


[President Bush said Tuesday the decision about when to withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq will fall to future presidents and Iraqi leaders, suggesting that U.S. involvement will continue at least through 2008.]

What about financing the war on credit?

["If I didn't believe we could succeed, I wouldn't be there. I wouldn't put those kids there," Bush declared.]

Bush also believes every bill passed by Congress should be law. If you can't trust two rooms of politicians, who can you trust?

[He also stood by embattled Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld.

"I don't believe he should resign. He's done a fine job. Every war plan looks good on paper until you meet the enemy," he said.]

you'd think they would have considered multiple plans. Did they all look good?

["So failure in Iraq, which isn't going to happen, would send all kinds of terrible signals to an enemy that wants to hurt us and people who are desperate to change the condition in the broader Middle East," Bush said. ]

Yes, it would send a terrible signal. Perhaps if you knew that NOT "every war plan looks good on paper", we could have executed a plan geared for long-term victory, not just "shock and awe".

["The terrorists haven't given up. They're tough-minded. They like to kill," he said Tuesday. "There will be more tough fighting ahead."]

So says the tough-minded President who refuses to give up and chuckles when he talks about his execution record in Texas.

Bush Defends Decisions on Iraq War


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