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    President Bush cannot remember why the Iraqi Army was disbanded. As the Daily Mail reported, “It was the move seen as the single biggest mistake in the wake of the overthrow of Saddam Hussein in Iraq: the disbanding of the Iraqi army. Yet US President George Bush is worryingly vague over how it happened. …

    “Asked how he had reacted then to the crucial decision by former Iraq administrator Paul Bremer to dissolve the army, the president said: ‘I can’t remember, I’m sure I said, ‘This is the policy, what happened?’

    “Then he referred to Stephen Hadley, his national security advisor, saying: ‘Hadley’s got the notes on all of this stuff.’”

    All of this stuff?

    Consider the Urban Dictionary definition of the term "doofus."

    “Someone who hasn’t got a clue!

    I can't remember why we disbanded the Iraqi army

    I'm sure its being reported in the foreign news because the liberal media only prints critical observations.
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    Or could it be they are playing dumb so people like you will think they don't know what they are doing. That way, they can do whatever they want because no one knows what they are doing.

    But hey, Bush did one good thing. He opened up the borders to Mexican truckers. (sarcasm off)

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotTrotter View Post
    Or could it be they are playing dumb so people like you will think they don't know what they are doing. That way, they can do whatever they want because no one knows what they are doing.
    I doubt he's playing. Nice try at defending. There is nothing in this administration that could be considered a success. Unless you want to tout an economy based upon borrowing from the Chinese.
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    There is nothing in this administration that could be considered a success.
    Easy now, SC...you know that nobody hurts or cries as much over this war as does our esteemed leader.

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    There is nothing in this administration that could be considered a success.

    Ahh...the admin...not the person. He surrounded himself with incompetence. He may actually have done a good job had he brought in the right people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Resq1scnd2none View Post
    There is nothing in this administration that could be considered a success.

    Ahh...the admin...not the person. He surrounded himself with incompetence. He may actually have done a good job had he brought in the right people.
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    He chose, who he chose. If he surrounded himself with incompetent people, whose fault is that? He exacerbated the problem by not cutting them loose when their incompetence was obvious.
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    Yup, we all know the Congress/House of Reps has had nothing to do with anything. They are the most efficient people in government and can't get anything done simply because of the President.

    Ted Kennedy is a shining example of all that is wrong with government. And he is far from alone in that example.
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    Very quietly...he whispered...The Iraqi's had a military??? Where were they when the US started the war?
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