Bush Painted Himself into a Corner on Iraq Elections NPR's Daniel Schorr says that poor security in parts of Iraq may mean that some Iraqis will not be able to participate in the upcoming election. Even so, any move towards postponement will be seen as a retreat, an unacceptable option for the Bush administration.
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Bush Painted Himself into a Corner on Iraq Elections

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Bush Painted Himself into a Corner on Iraq Elections

Bush Painted Himself into a Corner on Iraq Elections

Bush Painted Himself into a Corner on Iraq Elections

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NPR's Daniel Schorr says that poor security in parts of Iraq may mean that some Iraqis will not be able to participate in the upcoming election. Even so, any move towards postponement will be seen as a retreat, an unacceptable option for the Bush administration.