Saturday, April 14, 2007

McCain Sees ‘No Plan B’ for Iraq War

“I have no Plan B,” [if the troop surge does not succeed in Iraq] Arizona Senator John McCain said in an interview with journalist from The New York Times.

No "Plan B"?

Isn't that one of the biggest problems with the war to begin with?

That invasion was planned without a "Plan B"?

The occupation was planned without a "Plan B" and now the surge is without a "Plan B".

Because we all know that the best way to win a war is to not to have a backup plan if your first plan does not succeed.

John McCain is a strong supporter of the war in Iraq and the recent troop surge and is running for President.

McCain has recently been ridiculed for giving out misleading information regarding the security of Iraq.

Senator McCain had asserted that “There are neighborhoods in Baghdad where you and I could walk through those neighborhoods, today,” and that "General Petraeus goes out there almost every day in an unarmed Humvee."

Both statements of course, are untrue. Read McCain's April Fools Day Joke and McCain Lies To Media, Calls Media "Jerks" After Lies Are Exposed for more information regarding McCain's fairy tale vision of Baghdad.