The latest quote from our president about the war in Iraq:
Wars are not won without sacrifice, and this war will require more sacrifice, more time, and more resolve.
So, let me see if I got this straight Mr. President. The families of the undeniably brave men and women, largely from small-town and under-privileged America will have to accept more sacrifice. I will just have to accept that this war is going to last much longer than the year or two you claimed at first it would take. I need more resolve to steel myself against the rising objections of most of the rest of the world. You know what? I'm not sure I agree with everything you've done, but we may not have a choice for the time being. I might be willing to sacrifice, wait, and show resolve.
But will your family sacrifice? Will you ask your daughters to enlist? Will you even raise--no, I'm sorry, just stop cutting--taxes so you and families like you might have to pay your fair share (which is, of course a very large share, since American companies connected to the administration are reaping so many of the benefits)?
Did you really just say that with a straight face?