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Who's in charge at State?

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Submitted by Martin Ekrem (United States), Aug 27, 2004 at 05:02

Dear Daniel,
The question must be asked "Who's in charge at the State Department"? Why are there so many issues in which it seems that the State Department is working for the bad guys? Why does Colin Powell put up with this ongoing behavior? And most importantly, why doesn't GW Bush step on some necks? I thought he was a cowboy!

Thanks for your ongoing excellent writing and speaking. I catch you whenever I can.
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