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"This is Mr. Norris. He'll be coming on board as a human shield."
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'Not so fast! How do we know you're not terrorists with weapons of mass destruction?'
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'I'm always happy to be taking incoming fire with no available support. . . as long as I know the table tennis tournament will be well protected.'
"Well, maybe we haven't found any weapons of mass destruction, but you can't deny that we've destroyed a massive amount of weapons."
Britain Deals with the Chilcot Report and Brexit.
Chilcot's report and the blood of martyrs
News on TV: 'At last, some good news from Iraq...Saddam's chamber of torture is being converted into a chamber of commerce.'
'Who would have thought the Cold War would turn out to be the 'good old days'?'
'I checked under your bed. Saddam Hussein is not there. Now go to sleep.'
'Middle Eastern Literature.'
"I'm not sure if the government is arguing black is white or white is black."
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The Iraq Inquiry
"Remember the good old days when we could blame Saddam for all that was wrong with Iraq?"
"I may not know where America is on a map, but at least I know September 11th was when Iraq attacked our tower thingys."
Vietnam Revisited: Boots on the Ground in Iraq
In One Ear And Out The Other
'more, More, More! It's a matter of Homeland Security!'
The clucking of the Chicken Hawks
Saddam Hussein escaping on a magic carpet.
'Tip of the Iceburg': 'Stay away from the Gulf Stream.'
'They're all leaving...'
US economy is a wreck.
'How can we stop this madman?' - 'Which one?'
Stay the Curse.