ISLAMABAD - US Ambassador Anne W. Patterson Thursday called on President Asif Ali Zardari to discuss the situation emerging after Pakistan army, too, had expressed serious concerns along with others on the language and conditionalities of the Kerry Lugar bill. The Presidents spokesman confirmed the meeting between his boss and the US envoy, but termed it as part of the routine meetings. However, sources told TheNation, that President Zardari, through Ambassador Patterson, has asked the US government to revise atleast the language of the legislation in order to appease the growing critics of the Kerry Lugar bill in Pakistan. But, the sources added, the American envoy told President Zardari that there was least likelihood of President Obama returning, rather than signing the bill, for revision. She has apprised the President of the American opposition, as well, to the bill that could exploit the situation once it was sent back by Obama for revision, the sources added. Meanwhile the Presidents spokesman Farhatullah Babar also denounced his remarks on the army reported by certain media. I was quoted out of the context, he said. He said that he was questioned during a TV talk show that whether the army statement on the KLB has destabilized the democracy? I said no, he added. Next question, Babar said, was 'do you think that the army has expressed its concerns through proper channel? My answer was, there are institutional arrangements for such issues including the Standing Committees on Defense of the Parliament, and the Ministry of Defense itself. However, if these institutional arrangements were not utilized, then I have no comment to offer, he added.