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June 14, 2005

Paul Wolfowitz is an idiot

Here is something new at textonly.com - quotes from Paul Wolfowitz that will show what an incompetent fool he is. Today's entry:

Testimony by then-Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul D. Wolfowitz, one of the chief architects of Iraq policy, before a House subcommittee on Feb. 28, 2003, just weeks before the invasion, illustrated the optimistic view the administration had of postwar Iraq. He said containment of Hussein the previous 12 years had cost "slightly over $30 billion," adding, "I can't imagine anyone here wanting to spend another $30 billion to be there for another 12 years." As of May, the Congressional Research Service estimated that Congress has approved $208 billion for the war in Iraq since 2003.

From Memo: U.S. Lacked Full Postwar Iraq Plan


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