?Comparing Bush's proposed solution to the stand-still in Iraq with medicine clearly shows what is wrong with this proposal. A physician trying to treat a patient with a certain drug would not consider increasing the dosage if the treatment caused harmed to the patient. It should be obvious no one would like to see a physician known for stubbornly providing bad treatments that do no good ? or even do harm ? and who can only think of increasing dosages when the 'treatment? doesn't work. But voters are of a different breed it seems than are patients.? An op-ed from Per Bylund.