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Incorrigible administration

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:Childe Paul to the Institute came. At least this is what the papers tell us. He had with him his mantra – the two questions. The first is, “Are we better off without Saddam Hussein?” Boy that was easy. The second is, “In that case, how can you think the war was a mistake?” Wow, that’s harder.On the other hand, we would be better off without a bunch of people. Here are a few: The Chinese Communist leaders who are destroying the little that is left of Tibetan culture; the Iranian mullahs who are aiding and abetting every terrorist organization you have ever heard of and building nuclear weapons to boot; and, of course Kim Chong Il, who has nuclear weapons. Why not go after them? The answer is we can’t.Do you know the number of American casualties in the last Korean War? There were 54,264 service people killed – and that wasn’t even nuclear. As crazy as he is, even Wolfowitz would find that unacceptable.These people are incorrigible. We can’t get rid of them soon enough.Jeremy BernsteinAspen

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