Here's the idea. I'll give you quotes. One will be a real news story. One will be from the Onion. Which is which?
A wrote:“When the decision was made to liberate Iraq, I was going on what my advisers were telling me and what everyone has said for nearly a century—that the U.S. military is the best in the world,” Bush said. “But if that were the case, and we did have the most powerful army, navy, marines, and air force on the globe, we would be winning, right?”
B wrote:"Well, I asked that question, “Do you need more?” to General Tommy Franks.
In the first phase of this operation, General Franks, you know, was obviously in charge.
And during our discussions in the run-up to the decision to remove Saddam Hussein after he ignored the Security Council resolutions, my primary question to General Franks was: Do you have what it takes to succeed? And do you have what it takes to succeed after you succeed in removing Saddam Hussein?
And his answer was yes."
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