Another gem wisdom from Bush

From this site:

Serious Quotations Entirely and Totally without any Sense of Irony

Read this White House press conference (9/23/2004) transcript and weep for the country that would re-elect this president who said things like:

"Our strategy is to help the Iraqis help themselves. It's important that we train Iraqi troops. There are nearly 100,000 troops trained.  The Afghan national army is a part of the army.  By the way, it's the Afghan national army that went into Najaf and did the work there." 

"We know that dictators are quick to choose aggression, while free nations strive to resolve differences in peace."

"It's hard work in Iraq. Everybody knows that. We see it on our TV."

"See 9/11 changed everything. September the 11th meant that we had to deal with a person like Saddam Hussein." 

"I think that the Iraq theater is a part of the war on terror.  That's what the prime minister said as well. He believes the same thing. He understands what's going on there; after all, he lives there."

"I'm not the expert on how the Iraqi people think, because I live in America where it's nice and safe and secure.  But I'd talk to this man. One reason I'm optimistic about our ability to get the job done is because I talk to the Iraqi prime minister."

That man is unqualified and incompetent to be the president of the most powerful nation on earth; if anything, he is the greatest menace to peace on earth.  How can someone who can't tell between Afghans and Iraqis be the commander-in-chief of the greatest military power?