Although we're never told exactly what "success" would look like in Iraq, the administration and its apologists are always quick to predict what the consequences of "failure" would be. While dissecting one of Bush's regular propaganda speeches Monday night, Jon Stewart realized that if you add the words "what would happen if we invaded Iraq..." before every prediction the President now makes, it's like he can predict the future, or as Jon Stewart put it, "see into the present."
"It's like he can see into the present. Maybe if we yell it loud enough, he'll hear it back in 2003."
If only it were still 2003. And we didn't have a buffoon as President.