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On February 18, the Iraqi foreign minister, Tariq Aziz, went to Moscow to hear a plan under which we would stop hostilities if the Iraqis withdrew from Kuwait. President Bush was in a bind. It was too late for this approach, he believed. He did not want to win by a TKO that would allow Saddam to withdraw with his army unpunished and intact and wait for another day.
Nevertheless, the President could not be seen as turning his back on a chance for peace. On February 20, Norm called saying he had talked to his commanders and needed still another delay, to the 26th.
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He had the latest weather report in hand, he said, and bad weather was predicted for the 24th and 25th, maybe clearing on the 26th. Bad weather equaled reduced air support, which equaled higher casualties. I was on the spot. So far, Cheney had accepted my counsel. But now I did not feel that Norm was giving me sufficiently convincing arguments to take back to Cheney and the President, first that Boomer needed to move his Marines, then that the Marines needed more air support, then that the weather was bad, and on still another occasion, that the Saudi army was not ready.
What should I expect next, a postponement to the 28th? Then you wanted the 24th. Now you're asking for the 26th. I've got a President and a Secretary of Defense on my back. They've got a bad Russian peace proposal they're trying to dodge. You've got to give me a better case for postponement. I don't think you understand the pressure I'm under. My Marine commander says we need to wait.
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We're talking about Marines' lives. That did it. I had backed Norm at every step, fended off his critics with one hand while soothing his anxieties with the other. Don't tell me I don't care about casualties!
What are you doing, putting on some kind of show in front of your commanders? I've felt this way for a long time! Suddenly, his tone shifted from anger to despair. Maybe I'm losing it. Maybe I'm losing my objectivity. The last thing I needed was to push the commander in the field over the edge on the eve of battle.
You have the full confidence of all of us back here. At the end of the day, you know I'm going to carry your message, and we'll do it your way.
Within half an hour, Norm was back on the phone with the latest weather update. The 24th and the 25th did not look too bad after all. We had a go for the 24th. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Books. Read an excerpt of this book! Add to Wishlist.
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