BUSH: We will take three questions a side, and so why don't you ask one question to each of us. You can start, Mr. Hunt.
Q. Thank you, Mr. President. Mr. President, did you ask Secretary Rumsfeld to draw up war plans against Iraq in November, 2001, just as the military action was getting underway in Afghanistan? Why couldn't Iraq wait?
And Mr. Prime Minister --
BUSH: No, I thought -- one question apiece. Not one question or one question apiece.
Can you count the number of contradictions in this short exchange? And is the last sentence supposed to mean something? Is this man falling apart?