From Cox and Forkum:

Comments Allen Forkum:

In a June 27 Dept. of Defense press service article, Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld was questioned about a “guerrilla war” in Iraq and answered by saying, “I don’t know that I would use the word.” We’re not sure why there is a reluctance use the “guerrilla” label on the remnants of Saddam sympathizers (or “dead-enders” as Rumsfeld aptly dubbed them), but it was the most accurate label we could fit on a scorpion. Also in the article, Rumsfeld referred to efforts to recruit a “de-Baathicized” Iraqi army, which was good to hear; Iraq should be de-Baathicized the way Germany was de-Nazified.

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