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Supporting The Troops, White House Style

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"You know, it's 130 degrees in Baghdad in August."
                 Tony Snow responding to a question concerning the Iraqi Parliament taking the month of August off.
"And it's 130 degrees for the Iraqi military."
                 Tony Snow, when reminded that the heat also affected 160,000 US troops in Iraq.
Frankly, if this doesn't undermine the troops and their morale, I don't know what can.
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Wonder what the troops and their families of the troops think of the Bush Administration priorities.
Steve Young is author of Great Failures of the Extremely Successful." www.greatfailure.com
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