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Monday, May 30, 2005
In today's world we have:
-A report says there is now evidence that the United States was trying to goad Saddam's government into war in 2002 (Michael Smith, The Sunday Times, May 29 - to be honest I believe this was self-evident, if you tell someone constantly "I'm going to get you, you just wait, I don't know when but I'm going to get you" for several months, you are risking them coming after you first)
-The possibility of civil war in Iraq (Jeffrey Fleishman, The Los Angeles Times, May 29)
Things certainly are crazy, and so it is nice to have a voice of reason like Vice President Dick Cheney to sort things out:
Vice President Dick Cheney says he's offended by a human rights group's report criticizing conditions at the prison camp for terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay.I know how you feel, Mr. Cheney.