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Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Byron York on Sen. Max Cleland and George W. Bush on National Review Online: "Cleland also said the president's famous '16 word' contention that Iraq sought uranium in Africa 'is a lie.' When asked if he believes former ambassador Joseph Wilson, the Bush critic whose story was substantially undermined in the new Senate report on pre-war intelligence, Cleland said, 'I do believe that Joe Wilson is telling the truth. I believe he has tremendous credibility, and I've met with him personally for hours.'"
But what credibility have people who believed [or said they did] the fantastic and brazen lies of Bill and Hilary? "None are so blind as those who will not see."
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