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From NYTimes.com:

March 21, 2006
Bush Defends His Iraq Record, but Concedes Some Setbacks
By ELISABETH BUMILLER

CLEVELAND, March 20 — ..."In the face of continued reports about killings and reprisals, I understand how some Americans have had their confidence shaken," he [Bush] said. "Others look at the violence they see each night on their television screens and they wonder how I can remain so optimistic about the prospects of success in Iraq. They wonder what I see that they don't."

From WashingtonPost.com:

Old Forecasts Come Back to Haunt Bush
Erosion in Confidence Will Be Hard To Reverse, Say Pollsters, Strategists
By Jim VandeHei
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, March 21, 2006; A14

...Vice President Cheney said Sunday that his 10-month-old claim that the insurgency was in its "last throes" was "basically accurate" and reflects reality. Since Cheney's original comment, on at least 70 days there have been violent attacks that in each instance killed more than 10 people.

From CNN.com:

Rumsfeld's Iraq-Germany analogy disputed
Former top officials disagree with comparison

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Former top officials in two presidential administrations -- one Democratic, one Republican -- disagreed Sunday with Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's characterization of what would happen if the United States were to pull out of the war in Iraq.

"Turning our backs on postwar Iraq today would be the modern equivalent of handing postwar Germany back to the Nazis," Rumsfeld wrote in an opinion piece published Sunday -- the third anniversary of the beginning of the U.S.-led war in Iraq -- in the Washington Post.

03.21.06

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