In his speach tonight he said he will send more troops over to Iraq. Yay. Now we can win that war on terror right? Wrong. Bush (or whoever thought out this plan... most likely not Bush himself) is quite smart. What sending more troops to Iraq ensures is that by the time Bush leaves office, the US troops will still be in Iraq fighting the war. With that many more soldiers in Iraq, it will be nearly impossible to get them out before Bush leaves office. Notice how he doesn't know when he's gonna bring em' home? After he leaves office, a new president will come in. If the new president is a republican, he will most likely stay in Iraq and try to win the war. After a few more years in Iraq, the body count will be so high, and the results will be so low, that the president would be a fool not to withdrawl all troops from Iraq. Effectively, this makes the new president look like a bad president, and he will be taking all of the blame for the lousy outcome of the war... and none of the blame will go to Bush. If the new president is democrat, he will likely say "we need to get out of there now, it has been several years and neither the US or Iraq has benefited from this war" and will withdrawl the troops. This will make him look like (as some republicans say) a "cut n' run liberal. Notice... none of the blame will go to Bush, just to the newly elected president. So, either way, in the end Bush will look like a hero and the new guy will look like a wimp or an idiot. Bush has screwed up big time, he knows it, the world knows, and now he is going to cover up his mess by shifting the blame to someone else. Just you watch.