From the New York Times, 3/12/07, an article about Bush wanting Congress to approve money for an additional 8,000 troops “with no strings attached”:
Referring to the increase of 21,5000 troops that he announced in January, Mr. Bush said during a press briefing here [Bogota], “Those combat troops are going to need some support, and that’s what the American people are seeing in terms of Iraq, the support troops that are necessary to help the reinforcements do their job.”
I’m sorry, did that make any sense to anyone else? “That’s what the American people are seeing in terms of Iraq.” What?? I read it five times. The Current Occupant is incoherent.
In other news, an Israeli amabassador to Panama… well, just go read it for yourself: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/huff-wires/20070312/israel-ambassador-recalled
Some careers have all the fun.