Saturday, March 26, 2005

Finally, an exit strategy.

Every day of Operation Iraqi Freedom, the left has repeatedly asked for an 'exit strategy.' Although the President continually reminds them that the strategy for exit is victory, they've wanted a plan. Preferably 12 steps.

It looks like the Left is going to get an unilateral exit strategy:
Many of Iraq's predominantly Sunni Arab insurgents would lay down their arms and join the political process in exchange for guarantees of their safety and that of their co-religionists, according to a prominent Sunni politician.

Sharif Ali Bin al-Hussein, who heads Iraq's main monarchist movement and is in contact with guerrilla leaders, said many insurgents including former officials of the ruling Ba'ath party, army officers, and Islamists have been searching for a way to end their campaign against US troops and Iraqi government forces since the January 30 election.
Sen. Kennedy, we've got you scheduled for a 10.30 chicken embryo facial.

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