The Kensington Review

22 September 2003

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Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), the least talented of Joe's boys, stated last week that the war in Iraq was dreamed up in Texas, that the Bush administration used "distortion, misrepresentation, a selection of intelligence" to get the war going, and that it's policy in Iraq is adrift. The White House refused to dignify these truths with a reply, but "an unnamed Republican" told CNN "The senator's comments reflect the tired old soft-on-defense attitude of the Democratic Party." Better that than soft-headed attitude on defense. Click here to read more.

The United States vetoed a UN resolution drafted by Syria and other Arab states demanding that " Israel , the occupying power, desist from any act of deportation and cease any threat to the safety of the elected president of the Palestinian Authority." Setting aside for a moment the fact that Mr. Arafat's term has expired, the US had nothing to lose by voting for this resolution. Instead, the Bush administration decided to give its tattered credibility another rip. Click here for more.
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