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The Therapy Sessions
Wednesday, July 23, 2003
 

You Don't Say!


In an insightful analysis, the political scientists (!) at the Philly Inquirer have gotten out their Rage-O-Meter and taken their readings, and they have found that public anger over Iraq has reached 0.4 Watergates. Even after the deaths of Uday and Qusay, the meter only lost a fraction of a 'Gate.

Uh Oh.

They conclude somberly: Deaths Unlikely to Silence Bush Critics.

Damn, I guess that settles it.

(I'm reminded of the Republicans going overboard with glee with the Monica Lewinsky flap and the public revulsion (with them) that followed.)


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