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Jason Holliston
 
Monday, February 16, 2004  
Moral High Ground?

This is a great week for clarity. While some in the press still persist with the "Bush Lied, People Died!" blather, this kind of news comes out. Wow. Cash from the oil-for-food program was being funneled to businessmen in Britain, which was in turn given as political contributions to high-profile anti-war and anti-sanction MPs in Britain. Why haven't there been arrests yet? I'm not British, but I certainly hope that if this had gone on in America, there would be federal prosecutors poring over the books to find what laws these people had broken.

It seems like every month, there's another hit to prominent anti-war groups and people. In most cases, they certainly don't qualify as Fifth Column activities, but some absolutely do.

There's a saying to "follow the money". I've heard over and over again this saying (and close variants) as related to our President. I think the evidence is mounting that they're talking about the wrong side.

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