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Team Bush Trade Rumors




Ahead of next week's new Iraq strategy, President Bush is making some big trades. See, running the free world is like managing a baseball team. Get a couple pinch hitters, a shortstop, and poof - Iraq is stable, Iran and North Korea disarm, Israelis and Palestinians dance in the streets, and Osama is in jail. Sorry, I mean Obama. No, Osama. Osama. The latest rumors: Harriet Myers is out. Can't close a judicial nomination? See ya. Zalmay Khalilzad, or "Zal," the Afghan-born Sunni ambassador to Iraq, will be moved into John Bolton's spot. John Negroponte is going back to the minors. And finally, power hitters Gen. John Abizaid and Gen. George Casey will be traded for team players Adm. William Fallon and Army Lt. Gen. David Petraeus.
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