In an interview on NBC-TV's "Today" show, Bush vowed to stay the course in the war on terror, saying perseverance in the battle would make the world safer for future generations. But he suggested an all-out victory against terrorism might not be possible.
Asked "Can we win?" Bush said, "I don't think you can win it. But I think you can create conditions so that the - those who use terror as a tool are less acceptable in parts of the world."
Now, this is an excerpt from a Reuters article that was posted the very next day:
Bush used a speech to the American Legion, the nation's largest veterans group, to fight back against the Kerry team's charge that he was taking a defeatist stance.
"We meet today in a time of war for our country, a war we did not start, but one that we will win," Bush told the group.
"It's a different type of war. We may never sit down at a peace table, but make no mistake about it, we are winning and we will win," he added.
Now, it's time for the Reps to be honest. Their man FLIP FLOPPED.
Hell, I agreed with his first comment, there will be no winning TWAT, but the second statement? Is he on drugs? (OH yeah, he IS.) How would we even know that "we won?" All militant Muslims in a grave somewhere? All people who disagree with the USGov dead?
Oh and by the way, the part where King George says "we didn't start the war" is funny. Why? Because that's just what Al Qaeda says.
Read the article featuring Bush 43 being somewhat reasonable at My Way News.
Head over to Reuters to read their article on Bush getting off his meds--I mean, changing his mind about losing TWAT.