George Bush. "Unlike in Vietnam, if we withdraw before the job is done, this enemy will follow us home." 24 August, 2007.
Caricature of President George Bush, dressed as a cowboy, being lowered by rope onto a Baghdad cityscape from a helicopter hovering above. Bush draws a comparison between the Iraq and Vietnam wars by suggesting that America withdrew too soon from Vietnam and must not make the same mistake with Iraq, particularly as the war with Iraq could follow the United States home.
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