Time To Pull The Plug In Iraq 

"Imagine this scenario: A wacko takes hostages, and instead of negotiating with the police to release them (and surrender himself), starts killing them instead. How long do you think it will take for the authorities to take control of the situation, one way or another? They don't wait for additional hostages to be killed, and when they're told by the hostage-taker that they can go **** themelves, the negotiations end and the end game begins. ..."

Read the rest of Flyer Gadfly Marty Aussenberg's take on Bush and Iraq here.

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