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Saturday, March 08, 2003  

"We love Iraq, but not" insert-picture-of-Saddam-here
Why are we seeing this sign in Cairo, but not in SF or Seattle? Maybe someone is seeing it. If so, let me know. Maybe it just gets lost in the ocean of Bush-with-a-Hitler-mustache signs. . .


Via Instapundit
Includes horrible story about an Iraqi woman lit on fire by Iraqi border guards. I know Brian; pictures of suffering women and children is "too easy" as an argument. At what point is it OK to consider institutionalized abuse of human rights as a valid argument for intervention?

posted by Calvin | 9:47 AM

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