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Deputy Secretary of State Armitrage on U.S. Foreign Policy
« on: January 20, 2005, 08:41:20 AM »
Armitrage is retiring from the Bush Administration in 2005, looking back on the past four years, he was recently asked about his disappointments and answers as follows:

"I'm disappointed that Iraq hasn't turned out better. And that we weren't able to move forward more meaningfully in the Middle East peace process."

Then, after a minute's pause, he adds a third regret: "The biggest regret is that we didn't stop 9/11. And then in the wake of 9/11, instead of redoubling what is our traditional export of hope and optimism we exported our fear and our anger. And presented a very intense and angry face to the world. I regret that a lot."
 

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Re: Deputy Secretary of State Armitrage on U.S. Foreign Policy
« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2005, 12:03:17 PM »
Armitage looks like a shrivelled cock. That is all





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