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November 29, 2005

Lieberman: Spread the Word

Senator Joe Lieberman (D-CT) has just returned from Iraq, and wants President Bush to outline the successes he saw firsthand when Bush gives the nation a progress report on Wednesday.

"We do have a strategy," he said. "We do have a plan. I saw a strategy that's being implemented."

What is some of that good news?

"The Iraqi Security Forces are fighting hard. They're fighting well. They are not cracking under pressure, as you see in some armies, and they are making a tremendous contribution," Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt, deputy director, plans and strategy, U.S. Army Central Command, told a Heritage Foundation forum Monday.

And:

The senator said he hopes Bush will emphasize details of progress Wednesday.

"There are more cars on the street and an amazing number of satellite dishes on rooftops," the senator said, "and what seems like millions of cellphones.

"Most exciting is the political stuff. ... There is a campaign going on there for the Dec. 15 National Assembly elections and there are a lot of independent television stations and newspapers covering it."

Yes, there is good news in Iraq...and if the White House doesn't promote it, who will? Certainly not the Democrats, who are hoping to use the quagmire they are trying to create as a way to gain seats in Congress next year. Certainly not the MSM, which, despite vehement protestations of neutrality, despises George W. Bush and anything he promotes, especially the war in Iraq.

Earlier this month, Bush and Cheney finally began speaking out against those idjits who have tried to make it seem like the White House pulled a fast one on the vote to go to war. (How is it that a man the left deems mentally deficient was able to fool so many progressive intellects? Is he stupid or does he have an evil brilliance? Please let us know; you can't have it both ways.)

Let's hope Bush takes Lieberman's advice and continues to promote the positives in Iraq. What has he got to lose?

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