Iraqi Maliki: Difference of Opinion

This just in: President George W. Bush's national security adviser has raised serious doubts about Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's ability to control sectarian violence, The New York Times reported on Tuesday.

No wait, this just in: President George W. Bush has vowed to speed up transferring security duties to the embattled government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, praising him as the "right guy" for the job and saying there will be no "graceful" exit from Iraq.

No wait, this just in: A leader of a bipartisan commission on U.S. options in Iraq said the group has agreed on a set of recommendations due next week, and published reports said the panel will urge a major withdrawal of U.S. forces but set no firm deadlines.

1 comment:

  1. :-)

    I am beginning to transition to wanting an exit too. We went to fight one enemy and won. This is a new enemy, and we will not win with our current methods. I would like to see a possible winning strategy (that would necessarily involve exiting) before we exit, though.


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