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Location: Seattle, Washington

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

The Great American Experiment.... coming to a close...

Almost 4 years ago, some bright fellow (yes, it was most definitely a man) conjectured that a mean, lying, incompetent fool could run this country as well as an educated, hard-working, and well-meaning hick who liked blowjobs.

So they tried it. Over the objections of everyone that had a brain, Don Quixote was elected POTUS. Well, more-or-less.

Lo and behold, it didn't turn out so well. (I'm shocked! Shocked!)

This may well be the final nail:

The government's most definitive account of Iraq's arms programs, to be released today, will show that Saddam Hussein posed a diminishing threat at the time the United States invaded and did not possess, or have concrete plans to develop, nuclear, chemical or biological weapons, U.S. officials said yesterday.

The officials said that the 1,000-page report by Charles A. Duelfer, the chief U.S. weapons inspector in Iraq, concluded that Hussein had the desire but not the means to produce unconventional weapons that could threaten his neighbors or the West.

This is the guy who went in after David Kay (the first guy Bush sent in, who told us there wasn't crap to be found), to finish Kay's job.

The verdict is in: there weren't even Weapons of Mass Destruction Program Related Activities. Final answer? Final answer.

To my swelling republican readership: You've been hoodwinked. You'd been had. You've been took. You've been led astray, led amok. You've been bamboozled.

So what are you gonna do about it? Or do you just not care?

Careful here: your collective answer to this will, in large part, determine the future - such as it is - of this country. The other half is working hard, but there's only so long we can carry dead weight.


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