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House Democratic Leader Pelosi's Comments On Bush's Iraq Speech Thursday, October 06, 2005

"Today was an opportunity for the President to be candid with the American people about the status of democracy in Iraq, and when he will bring our troops home. Instead, the President offered little more than empty rhetoric, claiming that Iraq is the central front in the war on terror -- a position that is simply not supported by the facts. The President went into Iraq under a false premise, without a plan, and has totally mismanaged our involvement. Now he is trying to justify his actions with a series of excuses.

"Democrats are committed to fighting and winning the war on terror. But the Iraq war has made us less safe, and led to squandered opportunities to fight global terror because of the allocation of resources in Iraq."

posted by Stithmeister @ 7:55 PM

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At 11:24 AM, Blogger Cynicus said...
Can the DNC bust the Democrat leader for being off message?

Of course, he didn't indicate that he was NOT a "stay-the-course" guy.

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