Monday, October 20, 2003

Diana West has a good column on the condundrum faced by the presidential contenders. They criticize the President, the war, and the rebuilding effort, but have no better options.

Wesley Clark, that paragon of contradiction, complains about the war, then admits that the world is better off with Hussein out of power. Prettys soon Clark will have to adopt that old saying "if I said that I misquoted myself".
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