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Warku #11

Posted by James McPherson on September 21, 2008

This is the 11th of a series related to Bush’s war, perhaps the most astoundingly stupid presidential event in American history. Also see Warku #1, #2, #3#4#5, #6#7, #8, #9. and #10.

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Don’t count on the press

To learn what’s fact or fiction

The real truth? Just guess

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3 Responses to “Warku #11”

  1. Dear Dr. McPherson,

    Thank you so much for giving me your blog address..I
    just tuned in and like your thinking~ Right on!

    I will check it out on a regular basis..

    We enjoyed the students so much today and they accomplished a lot of different things. Hope they had fun in Riverfront Park.

    I am sorry I missed saying good bye – must have been on the phone.

    Thanks again! Sheri Barnard

  2. James McPherson said

    Thanks, Sheri, for your note. The students did enjoy the park, and had a good experience at the YWCA. Thanks for the great work you do there.
    -Jim

  3. […] event in American history. Also see Warku #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, #8, #9, #10, #11, #12, and […]

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