Tuesday, January 10, 2006


AP: Bush, Dems trade jabs over Iraq - Jan. 10

President Bush delivers a speech about the war on terror on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2006 in Washington.  Bush highlighted progress in fashioning a democracy in Iraq, rebuilding the economy and training Iraqi forces to take over responsibility for the country's security from American military personnel.  (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON - President Bush, left, warned Democratic critics of his Iraq policy on Tuesday to watch what they say or risk giving "comfort to our adversaries" and suffering at the ballot box in November. Democrats said Bush should take his own advice.

In his first speech of 2006 on the road, last week in Chicago, he aggressively challenged Democrats on the economy.

Tuesday's equally sharp message represented an attempt by the president to neutralize Democrats' ability to use Iraq — where violence is surging in the wake of December parliamentary elections and messy negotiations to form a new coalition government — as an election-year cudgel against Republicans.

Full AP-Yahoo News story.

Dave Haigler, Abilene, Texas
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