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By ChicagoGuy, December 4, 2006 at 7:16 pm Link to this comment
Please tell me that US taxpayer’s money was not spent on this piece of garbage. Unbelievable!
By Margaret Currey, December 4, 2006 at 2:04 pm Link to this comment
Probably the only solution to the war, is to hurry up and impeach the president and vice president, because Chaney is a hawk’s hawk. The president cannot admit to no wrong, in the mean time people are dying for a cause that is also dying, like the senator from Minn said either way we go we are going to encounter a mess.
The senator is Finegold, and he is a person who tells it like it is.
Margaret from Vancouver, Washington
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By Eleanore Kjellberg, December 2, 2006 at 4:04 pm Link to this comment
The Iraq Study Group, sounds like a bunch of high school kids reviewing for a social studies exam, unfortunately, its more like a selection of well-known mummified hacks, strategizing on how baby Bush can save face internationallywell, thats going to require a helluva lot of studythe only way Bush can recoup is presidency, is to hire a magician, perhaps, Merlin, Rasputin or Houdini could have been of help—a skillful prestidigitator, who can only create an illusion of success in the Middle East
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