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Finest moment? Triumph?

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Submitted by Dave (United States), Jun 18, 2003 at 16:18

So Jimmy Carter's finest moment was what in retrospect amounted to nothing better than a political photo op.

Bill Clinton enjoyed what amounted to a Scandanavian get-together to celebrate the soon-to-be-launched infitada.

Ronald Regan losing those marines at the Beirut airport -- pretty stupid. It was the exact same thing as the U.S.S. Cole, only larger and came first.

What did we learn?
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