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WASHINGTON (CAP) - Responding to criticism that Iraq is quickly becoming the new Vietnam, President Bush has announced a new direction for the war-torn country. Unlike his previous announcements, White House officials hope this one is not "backwards".
"We have a problem, no one else can help, and if we can find them," said Bush during a press conference on the White House lawn, "maybe we can hire the A-Team."
He told reporters that the underpinnings of the plan for victory in Iraq involve restoring production on the GMC G-15 van and said it's essential that the plan come together.
"I am prepared to offer the A-Team a full pardon in exchange for their help in Iraq," said Bush.
Bush said one of the big draws in choosing the A-Team over the likes of Rambo, Airwolf, and Renegade was that their casualty rate is extremely low. According to documents obtained by the White House, only four people died during operations conducted by the A-Team over a four-year span. And they were all bad guys.
Bush has already formed a task force aimed at figuring out how to get BA Baracus to Iraq without the need for putting him on a plane.