Report: Bush’s Incorrect Forecasts Wrecking his Credibility
Posted on Mar 21, 2006
Three years of falsely upbeat predictions about the Iraq war are harming the president’s ability to restore confidence in his military operation and his presidency, according to GOP pollsters and strategists, reports the Washington Post.
Three years of upbeat White House assessments about Iraq that turned out to be premature, incomplete or plain wrong are complicating President Bush’s efforts to restore public faith in the military operation and his presidency, according to pollsters and Republican lawmakers and strategists.
The last two weeks have provided a snapshot of White House optimism that skeptics contend is at odds with the facts on the ground in Iraq.