The BBC has a very interesting look at what George W. Bush is expected to unveil as his strategy for going forward in Iraq.
Problem is, it appears to be just more of the same. According to the BBC, the main theme of Bush's strategy for Iraq, is "sacrifice" (read: more dead bodies), and an increase in troops.
From the BBC:
The BBC was told by a senior administration source that the speech setting out changes in Mr Bush's Iraq policy is likely to come in the middle of next week.
Its central theme will be sacrifice.
The speech, the BBC has been told, involves increasing troop numbers.
The exact mission of the extra troops in Iraq is still under discussion, according to officials, but it is likely to focus on providing security rather than training Iraqi forces.
The proposal, if it comes, will be highly controversial.
Already one senior Republican senator has called it Alice in Wonderland.
I have one question for Mr. Bush: What is HE going to sacrifice?