A Cautious Man
March 16, 2005
"I Can’t Say That I’m Sorry
For The Things That We Done"

On the eve of the second anniversary of the Iraq war, another Administration official is heard on Capitol Hill, explaining:
"I look back and I would say to you, if confronted with the same evidence we had back then, I would recommend exactly what I recommended then. It turns out we were all wrong."
Wait a minute, that was Alan Greenspan discussing why he thought the first Bush tax cuts were a good idea.

No word yet on second thoughts from those who made decisions which had more life-and-death consequences.



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