In a very exclusive press conference this morning President Bush announced, "I had a dream." Reporters immediately left briefly to locate Vice President Cheney to inquire if the president was aware he missed capitalizing on paraphrasing the late great Dr. King weeks too late. However they returned to the press room after failing to find the vice president for comment, (It was later revealed by sources that he was out hunting with friends).
Once the president had the press corps attention again he continued to describe a dream whereby the extra troops sent to Iraq be they called reinforcements, a surge or whatnot would not be sufficient to ensure victory in the Middle East.
Instead, he feels the new strategy should involve reallocating funds being funnelled into the military into an ambitious engineering project. President Bush outlined his plan as recruiting engineers and contractors to build a gigantic pipe surrounding Baghdad and cutting it off from insurgents unless said insurgents came from the north and south where the planned entrance/exits to the pipe were outlined.
President Bush concluded saying he felt confident his giant pipe idea was the key to the long anticipated U.S. victory, Pundits have already called the plan Bush's latest pipe dream.