Monday, April 03, 2006

but, wait, aren't all three of these things still going on?

The retired Army general and NATO military commander argued in the Democrats' weekly radio address that the United States needs a new plan to win the war on terror after failing to find September 11 terror mastermind Osama bin Laden, fighting an unnecessary war in Iraq and stumbling in halting weapons proliferation in North Korea and Iran.
(Writing from laptop in bed, where insomnia rages, despite/because-of some consequential deadlines tomorrow/this-week for things that traveling and visiting sisters have left me very behind on.)

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