Thursday, October 19, 2006

We've lost battle for Baghdad, US admits

Did we ever have Baghdad?

A day after George Bush conceded for the first time that America may have reached the equivalent of a Tet offensive in Iraq, the Pentagon yesterday admitted defeat in its strategy of securing Baghdad.

Tet offensive? Isn't that Vietnam? They're comparing Iraq with Vietnam? Wow...

The admission from President Bush that the US may have arrived at a turning point in this war - the Tet offensive led to a massive loss of confidence in the American presence in Vietnam - comes during one of the deadliest months for US forces since the invasion.

AHA! You see, this is a strategy. With the elections in the US approaching, Bush admitting that the Iraqi war is similiar to the clusterfuck that was Vietnam is simply a plan to...well...shit, I have no idea what they're trying to do. Governments sure do pick strange times to stop lying to us.


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