Wednesday, May 14, 2008


Bush Pleads Case

Says Leaving Iraq would be a bad move: "The United States pulling out of Iraq or pulling out of the Middle East or not maintaining a forward presence would send all kinds of signals throughout the Middle East," he said in the Roosevelt Room. "And it would shake everybody's nerves, and it would embolden the very same people that we're trying to defeat.

Perhaps taking Victor Davis Hanson's advice: "Bush, like Truman, will have to leave his final assessment for posterity. But for a variety of historic reasons as well as his own self-interest, Bush should at least take his now-unpopular case to the people, with more press conferences, public addresses, stump speeches and one-on-one interviews."

This is not just good for Bush, it is good for our country.


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