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Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Consequently, I can’t say for certain how Terry would have tried to weasel out of the rather obvious inconsistency—though if I had to take a guess, I suspect he’d fall back on the Senate’s “bipartisan no-confidence vote in George Bush,” which essentially demanded that the President follow his own plan, and to update the Senate to tell them that he is indeed continuing to do so.
(Jeff Goldstein.)

In the mean time, Jon Henke points out that the "new strategy for Iraq" exactly corresponds to the strategy published in April and May 2004.

(Hey, it works for Glenn Reynolds.)


terrye said...

I keep hearing that Bush does not have a plan but so far it seems to me he is a lot more coherent than his opposition.

Buddy Larsen said...

hey, don't knock yourself, Seneca--it works for GR because it's a great form. Reader has a pair of remote & erudite eyes scanning the world. I think it's great--and it's nice to have a low-maintenance method in your toolbox, can't help but add good content to the site.

Doug said...

Try repeating
"Bush does not have a plan."
10 - 15 Times/Day.
Might Work.

Doug said...

The News:
. Bush reveals clear goals amid mixed messagesNewsday - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON -- For a man trying to convince Americans that he has a way out of Iraq, President George W. Bush had an unusual way Wednesday of going about it. He offered no timetables for withdrawal ...

The Source:

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Buddy Larsen said...

If it weren't for all the other consequences, I'd DEARLY LOVE for these characters to come under the control of al Qaida.

Yes, I know, they ARE already--but only as usful idiots.

I'm talking about becoming subjects of the New Caliphate.

Heads would roll.

Couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of heads.

Buddy Larsen said...

Global Days of Action
March 18-20, 2006

Third Anniversary of the
“Shock and Awe” Invasion of Iraq

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Locally-Coordinated Antiwar Protests

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Buddy Larsen said...

Knucklehead said...

The US blockade of Cuba?!?! Do these idiots have no access to a dictionary?