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Plenty of ground to cover

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Submitted by David W. Lincoln (Canada), Apr 25, 2006 at 16:45

As one who likens Sadly Insane to mafia dons (even though mafia dons would be offended at the comparison), an environment of paranoia has a distorting effect, but it does not obliterate what actually happened. What prevented Hussein from getting the hot merchandise off his hands, and transfer them over to Syria? Furthermore, when you see that arms caches are being found in Ireland after 30 years of searching, and the area being searched is smaller than Iraq, this looks a lot like a case of why didn't the dog bark.

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