One of the great orchestrators of our foreign policy and minion of PNAC, had this to say responding to Nancy Pelosi: " It is possible that the situ
November 30, 2005

One of the great orchestrators of our foreign policy and minion of PNAC, had this to say responding to Nancy Pelosi:

" It is possible that the situation in Iraq will worsen over the next year....But it is much more likely that the situation in Iraq will stay more or less the same, or improve."

It is possible that I will win the lottery soon too. If you listen to the reporters that are on the ground that means that the Iraqi's still will not defend their country and more of our troops will die. Certainly, anti-American sentiment will increase throughout the world which will lead to more and more suicide bombings all over the globe.

This is the issue that is keeping the GOP mired in quicksand and will certainly take them down Bill, but you know that already. The problem is that Kristol can't face the fact or admit that PNAC's plan to change the world is an utter failure and has jeopardized the lives of every American tenfold. (via the Washington Monthly)

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