Wednesday, May 26, 2004

So The New York Times is apologizing for running "scoops" and other stories based on lies from the likes of Ahmad Chalabi. Well, that's nice. Now, can we un-fight the war, un-occupy the country, un-brutalize the prisoners, un-screw up the reconstruction? It's my understanding that these aren't viable options. So the only possible good this apology can do is to correct the record for posterity -- but I think it was already clear to posterity that everything linked to Chalabi bears the stink of corruption. So, nice apology, but I don't see what difference it makes now.

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