Wednesday, July 19, 2006

"I don't think we're losing."

Somehow, Putz seems to have completely missed this (hat tip, Sullivan):

“I…y’know…I think I would answer that by telling you I don’t think we’re losing.”

The US Army Chief of Staff, when asked Sunday on ABC's "This Week" whether we’re winning in Iraq.

Kind of an oversight for someone who several months ago so glibly and triumphantly wrote this:

MEANWHILE, BACK AT THE FRONT: Lots of interesting developments in Iraq that deserve more attention. Insurgent infighting, the Iraqi Army getting stronger -- you'd think we were winning, or something.

Yes, lots of interesting developments, indeed.

But that’s okay, I can understand why Putz would ignore Gen. Schoonmaker. He’s just another finger-in-the-wind doomsayer.

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