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The Week That Was

Monday, Jun. 26, 2006 2:06 AM

A quick check of the scorecard for last week:

Murdered Soldiers. I can't help but wonder how much of this is due to the rush to put a name and face on a successor to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Guy's been dead less than two weeks, and the new head clown of al-Qaeda in Iraq has already posted on the scoreboard?

Bank Account Spying. More of the same weak excuses. We're looking for terrorists. It's fully consistent with the constitutional powers of the president. The media should be prosecuted for treason.

North Korea. While Rick Santorum is busy trying to pawn a bunch of spent sarin gas shells off as proof of Saddam's vast arsenal of WMD's, North Korea is making little effort to hide what they're doing. It should also be noted that our supposed missile defense system is a non-functional boondoggle.

Iran. The next stop on the Global War on Terrorism Tour is apparently strengthening their relationship with Syria. Why? Because they're worried about our plans in the region.

Somalia. A Muslim sheik whom the U.S. has linked to terrorism is the new leader. Nothing flourishes quite as fast as a bad idea, it seems hence, another militant Islamic state with an active dislike for America.


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