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Thursday, January 27, 2022

Dick Cheney’s arrogance

It’s a good thing this exchange between Vice President Cheney and ABC News reporter Martha Raddatz took place in Oman, out of reach of the American public.

Raddatz observed of the 5-year-old Iraq war, “Two-thirds of Americans say it’s not worth fighting, and they’re looking at the value gain versus the cost in American lives, certainly, and Iraqi lives.”

And Cheney’s response: “So?”

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Military officers: Just retire and shut up

If dozens of America’s retired military officers dressed up in cheerleader skirts, went out in public and leaped in the air, did the splits and executed a backward somersault or two, it wouldn’t be much more an affront to their dignity than what an equal number are now doing, and far less a threat to the country they love.

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And now a word from the cave

Here it was almost three months into the year and we hadn’t heard from Osama bin Laden, normally a regular correspondent with the decadent West.

On Wednesday, from whatever remote mountain hideout he has been holed up in for the last six years, the fugitive terrorist broke his silence with a five-minute audiotape posted on a radical Islamic Web site.

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Study says ousting Saddam was a good idea

With Operation Iraqi Freedom now 5 years old, a new study confirms that ousting Saddam Hussein was justified and vital to U.S. national security. Though war critics hate to admit it, the Baathist dictator was up to his mustache in aid for Islamofascist terrorism.

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Can we live happily ever after?

The hit movie “Enchanted” came out on DVD this week and with three daughters — and their mom — who loved the film when it was in theaters, I couldn’t buy it fast enough. (My 13-year-old son, who dutifully sat through it with us in the theater, announced that his obligation to his family of women had been met and excused himself from another viewing.)

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Bill Clinton & Reverend Wright

by Maggie Van Ostrand

Of extreme interest at the moment and posted on Drudgereport.com (9:30 pm PT, Thurs 3/20/08) is a photograph of Bill Clinton and the Reverend Wright. They look quite friendly.

I hope this picture makes the rounds and gets the same play on news channels that the friendship of Sen. Obama & Rev Wright got.

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