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More on the Missing Explosives

Here’s Bill Kristol’s take on Kerry’s use of the New York Times allegation of missing explosives in Iraq. Even Richard Holbrooke, one of Kerry’s most important foreign policy advisors, admits that he has no idea whether or not the charges are true.

What we have here is a naked effort on the part of a UN agency to unseat the current president, fully backed by the New York Times, CBS, and the Democratic Party. This should bring consequences.

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Considering the President took action in Iraq without U.N. approval, are we honestly surprised???

Well, perhaps we shouldn’t be, given that Nazi Germany tried to influence the 1940 election. But that something isn’t surprising doesn’t make it any less outrageous. I never used to believe that the United States should leave the UN, but it’s starting to make more sense to me.

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