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The Therapy Sessions
Tuesday, May 06, 2003

Philadelphia Inquirer Cartoonist Tony Auth has a habit of missing the boat. There have been links to terror, and there isn’t going to be a Shiite Islamic state. I find it hard to believe that Iraq would have voluntarily destroyed all the illegal weapons that it admitted having in 1998, but kept it a secret (even in the face of a US invasion). But Auth can’t help himself.

And this one has been exposed as myth.

I was listening to NPR and there is still no word on the increasing Jenin Massacre-like quality of the whole museum looting story.

It must be difficult for them now. I still remember them saying how much Iraqis hated the Americans in Baghdad, how fiercely they would fight for Saddam, and how the American army would be bogged down for months.

Whenever I want to know how bad things are not going in Iraq, I give a little listen...

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