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Sunday, March 9, 2003

Et cetera.

"Are inspections more effective than force? Is the United Nations a better guarantor of U.S. security than American power is? Both questions are fraudulent. Inspections depend on force, and the United Nations depends on the United States." (William Saletan) . . . On Bush's faith: "The problem isnít with Bushís sincerity, but with his evident conviction that heís doing Godís will." (Martin Marty) . . . "Jesus became Bush's life coach—a sort of divine Tony Robbins." (Michelle Cottle) . . . Does the Department of Homeland Security know how to keep us safe? "Even a slapdash private Web outfit such as offers a far more sophisticated dirty-bomb discussion than Perhaps someone should tell Tom Ridge about Google." (The New Republic)

Copyright © 2003 by Philocrites | Posted 9 March 2003 at 3:39 PM

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