Saddam Hussein Borrows Rep. John Murtha's Talking Points

From the jail cell of Saddam Hussein:

They tried in Iraq and failed badly.
Saddam Hussein
January 4, 2006

“They know militarily they can’t win this,” (1-5-06)
The Army is “broken, worn out” and “living hand to mouth.”
The U.S. can not accomplish anything further in Iraq militarily. (11-17-05)
Representative John Murtha
December 1, 2005

The Iraqi people are patriotic; they cannot accept foreign rule.
Saddam Hussein
January 4, 2006

Iraqis are strongly opposed to the presence of coalition troops… We need to turn Iraq over to the Iraqis.
Representative John Murtha
November 17, 2005

Now the US will think a thousand times before daring to attack another country.
Saddam Hussein
January 4, 2006

I admit I made a mistake when I voted for war.
Representative John Murtha
December 1, 2005

Any aggression will be resisted to the end.
Saddam Hussein
January 4, 2006

But the war continues to intensify. Deaths and injuries are growing… Instead of attacks going down over time and with the addition of more troops, attacks have grown dramatically.
Representative John Murtha
November 17, 2005

The Americans with their allies will fly out of Iraq very soon, and their puppets will leave even before the Americans.
Saddam Hussein
January 4, 2006

Most U.S. troops will leave Iraq within a year because the Army is “broken, worn out” and “living hand to mouth.”
Representative John Murtha
December 1, 2005

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And… General Pace was not too pleased with John Murtha today, either. You certainly cannot blame him when Murtha not only is actively campaigning against winning the War in Iraq, but, is also actively campaigning against staffing our Military! (via Lucianne)

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