A clear-eyed report from a top general reflecting military progress, right?
From the LA Times (with the Pilgrim's emphasis added):
Despite Bush's repeated statements that the report will reflect evaluations by Petraeus and Ryan Crocker, the U.S. ambassador to Iraq, administration officials said it would actually be written by the White House, with inputs from officials throughout the government. And though Petraeus and Crocker will present their recommendations on Capitol Hill, legislation passed by Congress leaves it to the president to decide how to interpret the report's data.
Given the honesty of the Administration, so far... no, wait.
Since the Administration has a reputation for accurate descriptions of military intelligence... not right, either.
Because of the capacities for self-criticism displayed by the Bush team... wrong again.
Let's face it, we won't get the truth.
The ball's in your court, congressional Democrats. What will you do?