Friday, September 14, 2007
Seemingly just hours after President Bush announced his plans to remove 21,000 troops from Iraq by next summer, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said today that perhaps 70,000 soldiers could be removed by the end of next year. Is it any wonder that a majority of Americans don't believe what the president or his heavily decorated generals are saying? The American people are the ones who should be making this decision, but there too much information and not enough truth to allow them to decide. At least Alberto Gonzales has left the building. Today was his last day as head of the Justice Department, which seems to have lost as much credibility domestically as the Bush administration has abroad.