Williams: A lot of people have seen in this series of speeches you're giving on Iraq, a movement in your position. They call it an acknowledgement that perhaps the mission has not gone as it was originally planned — three points: That the U.S. would be welcomed as liberators, that General Shinsecki, when he said this would take hundreds of thousands of troops in his farewell speech, might have been right. And third, that it wasn't a self-sustaining war in terms of the oil revenue. Do you concede those three points might not have gone as planned? President Bush: Review them with me again. Williams: Number one — that we'd be welcomed as liberators? President Bush: I think we are welcomed. But it was not a peaceful welcome.(link.)
Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Brian Williams asked the President about Iraq.
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Makes sense to me. There were those who welcomed, and those who didn't. Among those who didn't were those who weren't peaceful about not welcoming. So the welcome was laced with lots of anti-peace. So the welcome wasn't peaceful. It was admidst lots of destruction.ReplyDelete