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Wednesday, June 4, 2003


Thomas L. Friedman writes today that "there were actually four reasons for this war: the real reason, the right reason, the moral reason and the stated reason" (reg req'd). But even if you opposed the stated reason and the real reason, the stakes involved in the outcome of the war are still quite high: "Mr. Bush's credibility rides on finding W.M.D.'s, but America's future, and the future of the Mideast, rides on our building a different Iraq."

Meanwhile, Dan Kennedy wonders why Saddam didn't make it obvious that there weren't W.M.D.'s in Iraq — if it turns out that there really weren't any after all — and adds more on Saddam's game of chicken here.

Copyright © 2003 by Philocrites | Posted 4 June 2003 at 12:34 PM

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