"Then Mr. President, if we're not winning in Iraq, doesn't that mean that you think our troops shouldn't be there?"Unfortunately, David Gregory and Helen Thomas were not able to get in any questions. Perhaps I didn't understand the spirit of "we're not winning in Iraq?" That with a proper grasp of the vivacity of the words, I would know that :we are not winning in Iraq" means the President believes "we ARE winning in Iraq? Nevertheless, I'm sure the President would have answered my followup with one of his famous "if I talk long enough perhaps people won't notice I'm not answering that question" answers. Two more years. Anyone know a good TV repairmen? Steve Young is the author of "Great Failures of the Extremely Successful" and his column can be found every Sunday in the L.A. Daily News Opinion page.