I read on the BBC website that the Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Richard Myers, said of the Iraqi insurgents who have waged a campaign of violence since the invasion by coalition forces in 2003:
"I think their capacity stays about the same. And where they are right now is where they were almost a year ago."
Between 50 and 60 attacks are carried out every day by the insurgents.
But then he went on to say:
"I think we're definitely winning - I think we've been winning for some time," he said.
Am I the only one that thinks there is something faulty with this logic...?