President Bush is no longer using "stay the course" to characterize the Iraq war strategy, reports the New York Times. The rationale is that Democrats are using the term to imply the administration is stubbornly sticking to failing policies. Bush himself says it can mean one of two things - either sticking to what you are doing, or being committed to something in spite of difficulties.
What does this really mean? It's election season, baby.
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