"Still At War," says general
Iraqi resistance brought them on on the Fourth of July, killing one US soldier and wounding 20.
Here's what I suggest: Instead of flying out to another aircraft carrier, George W. Bush flies to Amman, Jordan. He gets a ride in an unmarked Humvee from there to Baghdad. If he gets there without being "smoked out" by an RPG or a Hellfire missile, he tours the city on foot for a few hours in the heat of the day before arriving at the pedestal where the toppled statue of Saddam once stood. There, in front of a big sign saying "Utter Failure," he apologizes to a crowd of thousands of US soldiers and Iraqis.