Friday, November 17, 2006

US Plans Last Big Push in Iraq

Last week the people spoke, but George W. Bush still isn’t listening. In denial and defiant, the Guardian U.K. reports that “Bush has told senior advisers that the US and its allies must make “a last big push” to win the war in Iraq and that instead of beginning a troop withdrawal next year, he may increase US forces by up to 20,000 soldiers, according to sources familiar with the administration’s internal deliberations.”

1 comment:


I don't see how another 20,000 troops will do anything. I think Iraq should be partitioned and then we leave. Whatever happens happens-it can't be worse than what's going on there now. The hell with them.