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Powell: completely unrepentant

February 3, 2004 12:53 PM

Colin Powell: "I think it was clear that this was a regime with intent, capability and it was a risk the president felt strongly we could not take and it was something we all agreed to and would probably agree to it again under any other set of circumstances."

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Such scorekeeping is entirely fair in politics, and conservative explanations and excuses have been all over the map. Of course, the diversity of responses and opinions on the right should help dispel the notion that conservatives are intellectually homogeneous and politically monolithic. If the vast right wing conspiracy existed, after all, we would have gotten our stories straight from the outset - thanks to our super-duper decoder rings and the transmitters in our fillings.

And if we're going to get into the business of scorekeeping, it's worth pointing out that a betting man would wager the president's critics are wrong again, considering how bad their track record has been.

Wed Feb 4 2004 11:46 AM

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