Bush puts optimism aside in his assessment of war
Acknowledgment of woes replaces 'stay the course'
WASHINGTON -- President Bush yesterday publicly acknowledged dissatisfaction over the progress in the war in Iraq, and promised a flexible US strategy aimed at establishing a stable Iraqi government while warning the country's leaders that his patience for results could soon wear thin. (Full article: 972 words)
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