\"Bring them on.\"


I don't even know what to say anymore. I mean, "Bring them on," in the face of mounting casualities? What the hell is that?

FYI Mr. President, you can win every battle but STILL LOSE THE WAR.

Man, at least JFK and LBJ didn''t go this overboard with the ''Nam rhetoric. Somebody should tell Dubya to stop speaking off the cuff on foreign policy.

Of course they didn''t go overboard with the ''Nam Rhetoric, we were getting our asses handed to us. Over 35,000 soldiers died from 1961-1968 under the Kennedy-Johnson administration.


I wouldn''t be saying ""bring them on"" if I had those stats.

Wow, anytime Bush makes comments or has to answer questions that haven''t been put through his staff writers first, he just makes me prouder and prouder he represents our country. Good job! IMAGE(http://www.ngemu.com/forums/images/smilies/Standard/thumb.gif)

For educated people, politicians sure say stupid things. This goes for all political parties (I''m sure John Kerry regrets his Regime Change comment in NH.)

I''m sure GWB was trying to sound strong, powerful, and fearless , like he needs to be for his position, but I think he should have paused before making this comment.

I guess I can understand somewhat because every word they say is under scrutiny, but still....