Perhaps some of the money for armor for our troops was diverted to create a snazzy new fake military jacket for Bush:
Ooops! Our bad! On closer inspection, we think that the embroidered insignia may be the new Department of Justice emblem designed specifically for incoming Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. Gonzales wrote the controversial February 2002 memo in which Bush claimed the right to waive anti-torture law and international treaties providing protections to prisoners of war. That position drew fire from human rights groups, which said it helped led to the type of abuses uncovered in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal.
Here's a close-up of the new DOJ symbol -- you be the judge: