Wednesday, October 25, 2006

P-28 More Bush denial and "double talk" on the War in Iraq .... before US elections

Bush unsatisfied with Iraq war progress WASHINGTON - Acknowledging painful losses in Iraq, President Bush said Wednesday he is not satisfied with the progress of the long and unpopular war, but he still insisted the United States was winning and should not think about withdrawing...... Thirteen days before elections in which Republicans fear Iraq could cost them control of the House or Senate, Bush expressed unwavering confidence in Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, the U.S. generals running the war and Iraq's prime minister, Nouri al-Maliki, despite new strains between Baghdad and Washington.

"The ultimate accountability rests with me," Bush said of Iraq. "If people are unhappy about it, look right to the president."

"I know many Americans are not satisfied with the situation in Iraq," he said in a lengthy statement before taking questions. "I'm not satisfied either."

"We cannot allow our dissatisfaction to turn into disillusionment about our purpose in this war," the president said....

He said a fixed timetable for withdrawal "means defeat. You can't leave until the job is done." ......

"We're winning and we will win, unless we leave before the job is done," Bush said.

***************************** says a me comment ********************

Bush says," he is not satisfied with the progress of the long and unpopular war" and then he says, "We're winning and we will win."

My question is... if like he says, he's really winning the war... why isn't he satisfied???

When he says "we're winning".. why does he, in the same breath say... "we will win" "We will win".. implies losing, uncertaianty ... and a false assurance and hope for victory..

The add on... "unless we leave before the job is done," is his way of ensuring victory... even if the war last 100 years.... he'll still win... if he doesn't leave.. As long as he's there... he's winning or he will win...

So... Now I will leave you with some "food for thought" to ponder what Bush is "not saying" by saying what he is saying... lol... are you confused yet? :)

Saysame JR

'06 Oct 26 Bush's conviction on Iraq exceeds his plan's credibility


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