Monday, May 10, 2004

"No longer a problem for the United States" 

From the NY Times:
To the Editor:

Anthony Lewis says: "There was a stunning moment in President Bush's 2003 State of the Union address when he said that more than 3,000 suspected terrorists `have been arrested in many countries. And many others have met a different fate. Let's put it this way: They are no longer a problem for the United States.' "

Given recent happenings, is there anyone powerful enough to demand that the president explain this statement fully and truthfully?

Boston, May 7, 2004


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