Friday, October 01, 2004

bush if elected

KERRY: "What I worry about with the president is that he's not acknowledging what's on the ground, he's not acknowledging the realities of North Korea, he's not acknowledging the truth of the science of stem-cell research or of global warming and other issues.
And certainty sometimes can get you in trouble.

LEHRER: Thirty seconds.

BUSH: Well, I think -- listen, I fully agree that one should shift tactics, and we will, in Iraq."
Why is Bush promising that he "will" fix problems in Iraq, instead of actually doing it?

Could he be talking about plans they're postponing until after the election? Plans that will likely increase US casualties or garner negative publicity?

Or is he just talking without any intention of acting?