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April 21, 2004


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More importantly why didn't we put him in charge of Iraq after June 30th? Negroponte's queasy history aside, the choice of him as defacto governor general of Iraq shows that the Administration has absolutely no commitment to a democratic and economically healthy Iraq. It's not that every candidate has to know Arabic, but this man has absolutely no experience at all at Reconstruction! Garner was more qualified.

What he is good at though is being loyal and carrying out orders even if they are quasi-legal.

Zinni would have been a much better choice to head Iraq than Negroponte any day.

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