Sunday, November 05, 2006

"No One Could Have Predicted"

....the strength of the insurgency.

....the potential for religious and ethnic conflict to devolve into chaos.

....regional instability and rising anti-Americanism in Iran.

....the need for hundreds of thousands more troops if there was to be a realistic chance of success.

Well, no.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, that's the kind of thing that happens when you throw out all the previous strategy work done because you didn't like the previous president. and when you don't listen to your generals. that's the kind of thing that happens when you proceed on a childish, stamp your feet, "we're doing it our way" path.

mercifully, this entire administration will -- god willing -- become dead ducks on wednesday morning.

11/05/2006 7:39 AM  
Blogger zen said...

...the breaching of the levees.

11/05/2006 9:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What Democrat released this four days before the election? We need an investigation. An INVESTIGATION DAMMIT!

Get Ken Starr on the phone.

11/05/2006 9:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, I predicted the day of the invasion to a friend. All one had to do was go back and read their history books of when Great Britain invaded Iraq (created Iraq) in the 1920-30's. There as an insurgency then. The ethnic groups in Iraq hadn't changed. So it was a no brainer to predict an insurgency in today's age.

11/05/2006 11:42 AM  
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