During World War I, French premier George Clemenceau famously said “War is too important to be left to the generals”. In the case of the present Administration, which has given us six years of deceit, subterfuge and failure on virtually every front, it must be said that war is too important to be left to a stunningly incompetent Commander in Chief. President Bush will – as repeatedly promised – veto the war spending bill with a timetable for withdrawal from Iraq to be sent to him by Congress this week, and in doing so he will clearly demonstrate his utter contempt for the will of the American people. US troops have been made sitting ducks in the midst of a brutal, vicious civil war spawned by a delusional President and his neo-con acolytes. Congress must do everything in its power to rein in this Administration before irreparable damage is done to our country. The clear and present danger to America is not in Baghdad. It is in the White House.