This was my favorite part:
LEHRER:Â New question, Mr. President, two minutes.Â You have said there was a, quote, "miscalculation," of what the conditions would be in post-war Iraq.Â What was the miscalculation, and how did it happen?
BUSH:Â No, what I said was that, because we achieved such a rapid victory, more of the Saddam loyalists were around.Â I mean, we thought we'd whip more of them going in.Â
BUSH:Â But because Tommy Franks did such a great job in planning the operation, we moved rapidly, and a lot of the Baathists and Saddam loyalists laid down their arms and disappeared.Â I thought they would stay and fight, but they didn't.
Most certainly the most jackass answer of the entire debate. I mean, the miscalculation was that we won the war too fast?
Anyhow, did anyone else catch the debate? What did you think?