Check out this gem:
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said on Tuesday the U.S. military is too strong to lose the war in
Iraq, but ultimately political solutions will be needed to win.
"You've got a situation where it's not possible to lose militarily," Rumsfeld said. "It's also going to require more than military power to prevail."
Rumsfeld, in comments to reporters at the
Pentagon, said U.S. training of security forces in Iraq had been "rushed" but that placing U.S. trainers within the Iraqi police force would gradually boost Iraq's ability to reduce violence on its own.
What? I suppose they have a definition of losing, but not of winning? It would seem like the two go together.