The Kensington Review

5 May 2003

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Shortly before he landed on the USS Abraham Lincoln in a staged event for the military-publicity complex, President Bush had his people let the world know that the US would be pulling out of Saudi Arabia. It is a prudent and strategically wise decision, not only because the job of destroying Iraq's Ba'athist regime is done but also because it gets the Americans out of the way of the mess Saudi will plunge itself into in the coming years. Click here to read more.

The nine Democratic candidates for president have an unpleasant job ahead of them. They must find a way to sideline the other eight and still have enough left over to take on the best funded incumbent president in history. Yet, it can be done. All the successful candidate must do is demand that Americans get the same treatment as Iraqis. Click here for more.
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