Friday, November 03, 2006

Winning Ways

Bush challenges Democrats to offer plan for Iraq - 3 Nov 2006 at 11:57am - SPRINGFIELD, Missouri (Reuters) - President George W. Bush challenged Democrats on Friday to offer their plan for winning in Iraq as he swept across Republican strongholds in the U.S. heartland to try to help his party's candidates survive on Election Day.
Since GWB's Iraq adventure was doomed from the outset, and there is therefore no "victory" to be had there, it should be no easier for Democrats to plan for one than it has been for the Bush administration. What's needed is not a plan for winning, but a plan to cut our losses.

U.S. shutters site with Saddam-era files - 3 Nov 2006 at 8:45am - WASHINGTON -- The nation's top intelligence official took down a government Web site with captured Saddam Hussein-era Iraqi documents, after questions were raised about whether it provided too much information about making atomic bombs.

Deployment of convicted soldier stopped - 3 Nov 2006 at 11:30am - WASHINGTON -- A soldier convicted in connection with prisoner abuse in Iraq was sent this week with his military police unit for another tour in Iraq, but the Army on Friday stopped him before he got there, a spokesman said.

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