President Bush made his State of the Union address this week, in which he declared the war in Iraq to be a 'minor incident which has been over-reported in the media'.
He specifically asked Iraqis to 'lighten up' and said that they'd never had it so good. "Now Saddam has gone, there is nothing for Iraqis to fear. Even the constant fear of being killed is significantly less than it was a few years ago."
"I ask Iraqis to be thankful for all the great things that the US Army has brought them, and to stop being so negative about being occupied. The occupation of Iraq should not be seen as an imposition by America. It's more like when a friend borrows his neighbour's lawnmower, and then the lawnmower goes out of control and chops his wife's head off. But it's all only an accident and we can still be friends."