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Catastrophe in Iraq: What Now?


Published on Thursday, September 29, 2005 by CommonDreams.org
By David MacMichael
Speech delivered in Oklahoma City
September 24, 2005

In their first Memorandum for the President, dated February 5, 2003, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity remarked that then-Secretary of State Colin Powell’s UN speech earlier that day “did not come close

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Common sense would suggest that there are no better solutions than those put forth in this genuine, matter-of-fact, blatantly logical piece.

Of course, the trouble with common sense is that it's not all that common.

Good morning, America, where are you?

John Perry
http://www.johnperryonline.com

Thank you for putting together a very good argument for the total mess our country has gotten into with the Iraq War. Too often, we assume the leadership knows what they are doing...but in this case both the Republicans and Democrats that led us down this path of destruction should be removed from office. Every last one of them...there can be no mercy this time around. After 3 years of this mess...everyone in power should be awake and stop facilitating this world nightmare.

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