Friday, October 20, 2006

Bush to consult generals about Iraq strategy

Does anyone see anywhere in this entire article where Bush says he is re-evaluating strategy??? No, because neither the sentiment nor the statement exists. He says he plans on possibly changing "tactics". There is a big difference between "strategy" or "strategic" change and tactics or tactical change. Either these imbeciles don't know the difference between the two or they do and are attempting to mislead. Whether it's unwitting or not it's another lie from the MSM and it's becoming increasingly insufferable.

WASHINGTON - President Bush acknowledged Friday that the situation in Iraq was tough and said he would consult with American generals to see if a change in tactics was necessary to combat the escalating violence.

Seventy-four American troops have died in Iraq in October, which is likely to become the deadliest month for U.S. forces in nearly two years.

“One of the reasons you’re seeing more casualties is the enemy is active and so are our troops,” Bush said in a brief interview with The Associated Press.

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