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By the way, here's how I avoided winding up in a neck brace: I started laughing hysterically when Byron Calame brought it up. Though I have to admit it never occurred to me that "it's not a smoking gun because we already knew that" would be the best they could come up with.

Ah, I had forgotten Calame. It seems the die was cast a while ago at the NYT. They are nothing if not a united front and consistent voice on the subject of Presidential Deception. Oh, wait ...

Brilliant, Robin! On the other hand, Todd Purdum has been writing pro-Bush articles since time immemorial - meaning since January 2001 or so ..

Yes. He's an established stooge.

I am a veteran of World War 11 and totally against the Iraq war. I weep for all of our young men dying for nothing. We have to end this slaughter immediately. Our men are not sacrificing their lives for our freedom, but for a useless country. They do not want us there.
Ann De Pelecyn, too

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