Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Pins and Needles

If you aren't already moist with anticipation, you will no doubt be on pins and needles with the news that the W, Rove and Co are poised to release their "National Strategy for Victory in Iraq." That is, after stumping for a compatriot and placating a family that lost their GI in this noble cause:
...Following that, he has a meeting with one family of a fallen soldier, and then we'll be returning back to D.C. this evening.

Q Iraq or Afghanistan?

MR. McCLELLAN: Iraq, yes. In terms of tomorrow, it's an important speech. It's the first in a series of speeches that the President will be making between now and the December 15th elections about our plan for victory in Iraq. We are pursuing a comprehensive strategy to defeat the terrorists and those trying to prevent democracy from advancing in Iraq. And the President believes that the American people should have a clear understanding of our strategy. And that means how we see the enemy and how we define and achieve victory. So as part of the speech tomorrow, we are going to be releasing a document called the "National Strategy for Victory in Iraq." It's an unclassified version of the plan that we've been pursuing in Iraq, and it will be made available to the American people. I think we'll also be posting it on our website, as well.

Any bets as to if this document will be the next best seller on Amazon?

1 comment:

SheaNC said...

"The plan they've been pursuing?" Why did they wait so long? It seems like no real progress is ever made by republicans unless an opposition forces their hand.