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Tuesday, March 16, 2004

Newsday.com - Opinion: Are the Spanards cowardly or are they wise? James P. Pinkerton: "Not exactly. What happened was that Spaniards went to the polls and rejected the PP's pro-Bush policy. Intervention in Iraq was a 'disaster,' declared newly elected Socialist leader Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero."
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A better Question: Is Pinkerton cowardly or is he wise? "Discretion is the better part of valor," is the way the cowardly Falstaff put it in King Henry IV, Part I. [That's in Shakespeare for the government school graduates].
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