This is odd:
Bush speaks of 'Soviet dinar' in speech about Iraq
US President George W. Bush spoke of "the Soviet dinar," even though dinars are the Iraqi currency.
Recalling a White House meeting last spring with an Iraqi man who had both of his arms amputated by the regime of Saddam Hussein, the president said the man, who worked as a jeweller, was accused of illegal currency trading.
"And he had sold dinars on a particular day to buy another currency, euros or dollars, so he could buy gold to manufacture his product," Bush said.
"And because the Soviet dinar had devalued, Saddam Hussein plucked this guy out of society to punish him, and six other small merchants, for the devaluation of their currency. He just summarily said, you're it, come here -- and cut his hand off."
Yeah, Iraq, Russia -- I always get those two countries confused, don't you?
(Then again, if you think everyone who's not American or English lives in ScaryForeignSwarthySinisteristan, maybe you'd make a slip of the tongue like this.)