Where nothing is off topic.
But you have to look at this through his shoes...or walk a mile in his eyes..or something.The point is he thinks that means that we must not repeat the mistake of leaving Vietnam again. Don't forget that he and Cheney regularily consult with Henry Kissinger, and it is Kissinger's view that the US did not show the required resolve in Vietnam and that is the take home lesson and why the US lost. Not that it was a monstrous series of war crimes that should never have happened!So when Bush says this, he is warning that we must not back down, can't let them win, can't withdraw until all freedom loving Iraqis are (resting) in peace. And above all must not let the [cough] liberal media's images of the violence steal our resolve.IMO.
The point is he thinks that means that we must not repeat the mistake of leaving Vietnam again.That may be what he thinks, but that's not what he said. What he said was that Tom Friedman "could be right" when he [Friedman] wrote that the current situation in Iraq is analogous to the Tet offensive. Don't forget that he and Cheney regularily consult with Henry KissingerOh, I haven't forgotten.
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