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Tuesday, October 26, 2004
 


Politics of the Day

Anti-reality:

"...In this context, the loss of 380 tons of RDX is similar to worrying about a toothache after being diagnosed with AIDS and Ebola."

The point is that a toothache can kill you when you're diagnosed with AIDS or Ebola. That's the strategy: it's exactly what the insurgents' are hoping to do with the RDX.

But, of course, since these guys live in anti-reality, they're too busy arguing that it wasn't Bush/Rumsfeld/Cheney's fault then - which, as any sane person can understand, it is now.

-- umair // 1:48 PM //


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