The Associated Press Channels Michael Moore

It simply isn’t possible for the Associated Press to report anything about Iraq without turning the story into a slam against the Bush administration. Take this story: “Iraq Insurgency Larger Than Thought.” The AP reports:

The Iraq insurgency is far larger than the 5,000 guerrillas previously thought to be at its core, U.S. military officials say, and it’s being led by well-armed Iraqi Sunnis angry at being pushed from power alongside Saddam Hussein.
Although U.S. military analysts disagree over the exact size, dozens of regional cells, often led by tribal sheiks and inspired by Sunni Muslim imams, can call upon part-time fighters to boost forces to as high as 20,000


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