The Corner

“return of the swagger,” chestbeating,” “invoking 9/11”

The president reasserts our commitment to the war against Islamofascists (my word, not his), asserts the facts of recent success in Iraq, and within a minute, Ed Henry, reporter, is framing the speech on CNN as there goes that damn cowboy again.

If you were CNN and really wanted to you could actually present that objectively, with troops on the ground, and impassioned political debates about withdrawal and a presidential campaign at home, President Bush went to the Pentagon today and reaffirmed his commitment to victory in Iraq and a longer war on terror….

UPDATE: Anchor just screamed to a reporter on the ground in Iraq: When will the country get its act together?!

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