Nov. 28 (Bloomberg) -- President George W. Bush said he will press Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on what is needed for success in Iraq and that increased sectarian violence there is part of a pattern than began nine months ago, downplaying concern the country is in civil war.
``I will ask him what is required and what is your strategy to be a country that can govern itself and sustain itself,'' Bush said today at a news conference in Tallinn, Estonia.
"What's the Democrats' plan?" "What's Maliki's plan?"
Hey, moron, what's YOUR plan?
Why did you invade a country WITHOUT one? And now you want everybody else to tell you what to do about your own damned mess.
IRAQ is supposed to tell YOU what the plan is? Pardon me for mentioning it, but you invaded THEM.
And you had no idea what you were doing THEN, and you have no idea NOW.