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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

The National Strategy for . . . What?!

The newest comic book to now come out of the White House was discussed by Scott McClellan today during his press briefing. The so called "National Strategy for Victory in Iraq" will be released the morning of November 30th, most likely tucked in somewhere with all those other Christmas catalogues.

All kidding aside, Scottie (please beam me aboard the Enterprise) McClellan did his best during the press briefing to make something out of nothing. He explained that, well, now Bush has a plan. And that plan is to rely on Iraq's political, economic, and security side. And that plan starts with "p" and it rhymes with "t" and that stands for "trouble." Yes, we got trouble! Right here in Sadr City!

And Scott says after reading this the American people will have a clearer sense of Bush's "strategy for success in Iraq." The Peach suggests readers examine the briefing and please, anyone, tell The Peach if Scottie is saying anything. It just seems like the same rhetoric with a new bow.

For all those who aren't completely convinced, The Peach suggests this test: read the briefing and then ask yourself, would you buy a car from this man? The Peach thinks not.