Strategy for Victory Publicly Released
Wednesday, November 30, 2005
(SNN Washington) Today, President Bush will detail, for the first time, a public version of the White House plan for the Iraq War. The White House, this morning, produced a 35 page document entitled National Strategy for Victory in Iraq.
The main strategy for Iraq is staying the course.
The main strategy for Iraq is staying the course. This added to a dose of spreading freedom, self-determination, and not withdrawing before the job is done. "I want our troops to come home, but I don't want them to come home without having achieved victory," he said on Tuesday in brief comments to reporters in El Paso during a visit to the Mexican border. "And we've got a strategy for victory."
The White House said at that the new strategy is not actually a new strategy, but the current strategy has never been assembled into a single on classified document. In addition, they added that the strategy was a very neatly bound.
The White House said at that the new strategy is not actually a new strategy.
While President Bush did not give any specific timetable for exiting Iraq, a senior administration official said that the ultimate goal was to move to a "smaller, more lethal" American force. Apparently, while we believe that the Iraqi people have not seen enough death and destruction, we feel confident that, in the future, we can be more efficient at delivering that death and destruction and do it at a much lower cost passing the savings on to the taxpayer.
The president will not only be spitting out completely useless rhetoric, but he will also set short, medium, and long-term goals for our presence in Iraq. Amongst the short-term goals are ending terrorism, rebuilding Iraq, and standing up Iraqi security forces.