Powell Without Picasso. The administration’s argument for war has shifted in a dizzying Cubist cascade over the last months. Dissident voices are either ignored or veiled. By Maureen Dowd. [New York Times: Opinion]
Best line in the piece:
“It was Mr. [CIA Director] Tenet who warned Congress in a letter last fall that there was only one circumstance in which the U.S. need worry about Iraq sharing weapons with terrorists: if Washington attacked Saddam.”


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