February 28, 2005
115 dead today in Iraq. 115 people standing in line to get physical exams so they could join the police forces that you say are so vital to the country's stability. Weren't the elections supposed to deal a blow to the insurgents? Wasn't the capture of Sabawi Ibrahim al-Hassan supposed to remove a vital organ from the body of the insurgency? But today 115 people died. And tomorrow, you know as well as I do, that the same thing could happen again. How does it end, Mr. Bush? How does it end?