A Mind That Suits What doesn't kill me, makes me laugh... usually.

Wednesday, March 17, 2004 :::
We will be getting of Iraq for a little while, but we close with this thought.

The Vice-President delivered a barn-burner of a speech today, available here.

And Sen. Kyl of Arizona delivered another one here .

Six months late, we may be dealing with the Kay problem.

Now, it has always seemed to this writer--as it has seemed, to Peggy Noonan, among others--that this whole, "well, you voted for it to, and the UN said, etc, etc" are non-starters because they were almost all dependent on intelligence provided by this Administration. And there is this ticklish question of not lying, but certainly putting an urgent spin a situation that does not now look urgent.

But how about if Bush looks any critic right in the eye and says, "What would you have done differently with this information? Saddam himself believed he had a WMD program. Would you not have acted? Or would one version of yourself have acted, letting the other version of yourself criticize you?"

::: posted by A Mind That Suits at 6:44 PM



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