Playing Both Ends on Staying in Iraq The Bush administration sends mixed messages when it tries to satisfy two groups at once, says NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr. At odds are the goals of Americans, most of whom want to see U.S. troops pull out of Iraq, and Iraqi supporters, who may want the troops to stay indefinitely.
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Playing Both Ends on Staying in Iraq

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Playing Both Ends on Staying in Iraq

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Playing Both Ends on Staying in Iraq

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The Bush administration sends mixed messages when it tries to satisfy two groups at once, says NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr. At odds are the goals of Americans, most of whom want to see U.S. troops pull out of Iraq, and Iraqi supporters, who may want the troops to stay indefinitely.