Looks like Bush doesn't like his date of September to gauge the progress of the "surge":
Mr. Warner said that July 15, when a Congressionally mandated, preliminary report on the progress in Iraq is due, would be pivotal. The White House has been hoping for far more time, even backing away from its earlier statements that September would be a fair deadline to start judging the results of the new war plan.
Mr. Bush in effect pleaded for more time on Thursday, saying that the deployments he ordered in his so-called troop surge have only recently been completed and were already producing positive results. Amid a stream of attacks by insurgents, American forces have been leading a major offensive to uproot them. (emphasis added)
Yet again Bush got something wrong on his war. If a CEO of a corporation is making poor decisions that is costing the company money, he is quickly thrown out on the street. So why don't we do that when the CEO of America is making poor decisions that not only cost us money, but is costing lives? Maybe John Boehner should think of that when using one of his cute business analogies to describe the Iraq war.