Kerry's Campaign Manager Mary Beth Cahill laid out the plan:
"Well actually, I think that some of the people who have done the most with this around the world are the Irish and the French, and that if we could draw them into this, helping us train Iraqi nationals, that would be a huge step in the right direction. But they won't do it so long as we have the leadership that we have right now."
Hmm, the French, the Germans and the Irish. The Irish?
I wonder (scratches chin):
French and German government officials say they will not significantly increase military assistance in Iraq even if John Kerry, the Democratic presidential challenger, is elected on November 2.
Oh well, there's still the Irish.