Bush: Iraq violence part of al-Qaida plot
President Bush said Tuesday that the sectarian violence rocking Iraq is part of an al-Qaida plot to goad Iraqi factions into repeated attacks and counterattacks.
"No question it's tough, no question about it," Bush said at a news conference with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. "There's a lot of sectarian violence taking place, fomented in my opinion because of the attacks by al-Qaida causing people to seek reprisal."
UPDATE 10AM: Bush just gave a speech in Latvia avoiding the use of the term, "civil war." He has vowed once again to leave our troops in Iraq until there is a victory. He didn't state what a victory would look like.
More importantly, in bimbo news, Britney has been seen shopping and partying with Paris Hilton (didn't she just have a baby?) and the bush twins have allegedly been asked to leave Argentina (one of them left so far).