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WMD Charade.

Though I appreciate and understand your concern and efforts to shine light on the obvious deception of the Bush administration regarding WMDs, I have been bothered by this charade from its inception. The whole idea of a UN weapons inspection team searching a strange land for weapons is patently absurd on its face. Isn't such an endeavor the equivalent of trying to find a needle in a haystack?

The scare tactic of nuclear attack has been used for decades by every administration that needs to further consolidate its power and promote its agenda. Are we to believe that the movers and the shakers and the experts in conspiracy are going to instigate such a stupid search without having it play out exactly as they intend, despite the incredible double talk of Bush? For the blinded Bush followers, he could say the grass is green one day and pink the next and they would run for their rose colored glasses and proclaim that he is right.

Keep up the good fight. We will each be held accountable for where we stood in the battle, and with God's help, all good things are possible.

JOAN LONGJOHN

Mattawan, Michigan
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Title Annotation:Letters To The Editor
Author:Longjohn, Joan
Publication:The New American
Article Type:Letter to the Editor
Date:Apr 5, 2004
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