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Thursday, December 15, 2005


Our Newest Op Ed

Part of JFK's legacy lingers in Baghdad
- By Michael M. Bates

t's not surprising that former U.S. attorney general Ramsey Clark is defending the monstrous Saddam Hussein. If Clark's ever met an enemy of the United States he didn't like, he's managed to keep the fact a secret.

We owe it all to John F. Kennedy. Ramsey was toiling in Texas in well-deserved obscurity when Kennedy appointed him assistant attorney general.

The next step was promotion to attorney general under Lyndon Johnson. Since then, he's racked up a record of anti-American activism few can match.

In 1972, he journeyed to North Vietnam to participate in the Communist-front International Committee of Inquiry into U.S. Crimes in Indochina. Not that the forum's designation suggested any prior conclusions had been reached or anything. ....................
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