Sunday, February 18, 2007
Defending Iraq War, Defiant Cheney Cites 'Enormous Successes'
Car Bombs Kill 60 at Market in Baghdad
Vice President Cheney said yesterday that the administration has achieved "enormous successes" in Iraq but complained that critics and the media "are so eager to write off this effort or declare it a failure" that they are undermining U.S. troops in a war zone, striking a far more combative tone than President Bush did in his State of the Union address the night before.
In a television interview that turned increasingly contentious as it wore on, Cheney rejected the gloomy portrayal of Iraq that has become commonly accepted even among Bush supporters. "There's problems" in Iraq, he said, but it is not a "terrible situation."
not a terrible situation unless you happen to be living in the building in the photo above...