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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As he awaits a crucial progress report on Iraq, President Bush will try to put a twist on comparisons of the war to Vietnam by invoking the historical lessons of that conflict to argue against pulling out.
On Wednesday in Kansas City, Missouri, Bush will tell members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars that "then, as now, people argued that the real problem was America's presence and that if we would just withdraw, the killing would end," ...
Originally posted by marg6043
The one that made the vietnam war a comparative war to explain Iraq for the president speech should be fire.
Originally posted by Justin Oldham
Bush41 promised the Iraqi peole that we would liberat ethem. We were shamefully late in fulfilling our promise, but we have done it. They now have the freedom to choose what they do in their future.
We've over-stayed our welcome, and its time to go. Will there be chaos? You bet. Most of the politicians in Baghdad now will grab their millions and run like the wind. Blood will flow, and whole generations will suffer until they decide for themselves that they really do want peaceful living.