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  •  Maybe Colin Powell (none)
    finally found his conscience.

    I still have no sympathy for him as he knew a "Gestapo" was formed and he did nothing, and even helped this group get re-elected.

    He had his chance, but this is a good start to his redemption tour if he is the source.

    •  I've been remembering a line (none)
      from Bush somewhere, when asked if he had any regrets, said "I do wish I hadn't hired certain people" or something like that. Anyone remember what/when this was? An interview, I seem to remember.

      It's been going through my head lately, every time I hear the name Powell.

      Remember that the only person you can count on is
      yourself, and even that only sometimes. -Tristan Bernard

      by timelad on Sat Oct 08, 2005 at 05:51:26 PM PDT

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      •  Your memory is correct... (none)
        From the second Presidential Debate

        Now, you asked what mistakes. I made some mistakes in appointing people, but I'm not going to name them. I don't want to hurt their feelings on national TV.

        Who does he think he is talking about Mike Brown like that?

        In all seriousness, he was probably talking about O'Neill and Lindsey, but Powell may be rocketing to the top of the enemies list!!!

    •  conscience? (none)
      Much more likely that Powell, totally pissed off by the way he was hung out to dry in his bogus UN presentation on WMDs that never existed, is motivated by simple revenge.

      We have met the enemy, and he is us. --Pogo (Walt Kelly)

      by d52boy on Sat Oct 08, 2005 at 06:02:26 PM PDT

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    •  No Redemption (none)
      He deserves deportation for aiding and abetting this, the most devastating attack ever to hit the mainland United States.

      Plea bargains, yes, if he's willing to sing he should have a shot at freedom. But somewhere else. And never again public service.

      We are called to speak for the weak, for the voiceless, for victims of our nation and for those it calls enemy....--ML King, "Beyond Vietnam"

      by Gooserock on Sat Oct 08, 2005 at 08:13:31 PM PDT

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