The Kensington Review

November 2002

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On the face of it, the UN Security Council's unanimous vote in favor of President Bush's Iraq resolution looks like a complete win for Bush and his coalition. Right after the vote, though, Prime Minister Tony Blair explained it all to us. Apparently, Saddam is not a problem if he gets rid of his weapons of mass destruction. And since he's clever enough to choose survival over these weapons, he gets to stay in power. The Bush Doctrine won't apply -- neither will logic. Click here for more.

Guy Fawkes night in England saw bonfires and fireworks, while in America, it saw the incineration of the Democratic Party at the polls. Mid-term elections traditionally harm the party in the White House, but George Bush Minor now has minions in charge of both houses of Congress. The reason is the gutless collaboration of the Democrats over the last two years. Click here for more.
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"I don't know much about Americanism, but it's a damn good word with which to carry an election."
-- Warren G. Harding, 29th President of the United States

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