Sunday, March 19, 2006
AP: Bush puts positive spin on increased Iraq violence
By DEB RIECHMANN, Associated Press Writer -- Sunday, 8:33 AM ET
WASHINGTON -, right, on Saturday braced Americans for more bloodshed in but said recent civil strife has motivated warring political factions to move quickly to set up a representative government.
"Our ambassador to Iraq, Zal Khalilzad, reports that the violence has created a new sense of urgency among these leaders to form a national unity government as quickly as possible," Bush said in his weekly radio address.
"I urge them to continue their work to put aside their differences, to reach out across political, religious and sectarian lines, and to form a government that can confront the terrorist threat and earn the trust and confidence of all Iraqis."
Bush's broadcast came in advance of a speech he plans to deliver in Cleveland on Monday, the second in a series of talks marking Sunday's three-year anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. In the speech, Bush will discuss how the United States is working with various sectors of Iraqi society to defeat terrorists, restore calm and help rebuild homes and communities.
Full AP-Yahoo News story. D.H.: Yeah, right, Mr. President. Like you said on the aircraft carrier, "Mission Accomplished."
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