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"We're not winning, we're not losing."
There's your commander in chief George Bush, Jr. after only last month saying that we were winning in Iraq. Rather than exhibit leadership, he's been the cheerleader who is years behind coming to grips with his failed crusade.
In the meantime, even the conservative National Review columnist Rich Lowery is conceding what many war supporters have been denying for too long:
"Most of the pessimistic warnings from the mainstream media have turned out to be right — that the initial invasion would be the easy part, that seeming turning points (the capture of Saddam, the elections, the killing of Zarqawi) were illusory, that the country was dissolving into a civil war."