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Wednesday, March 09, 2005

What Success Looks Like

I was going to post this quote from a Time Magazine interview with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad:
WASHINGTON - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, under pressure to withdraw troops from Lebanon, insisted he should not be compared to Saddam Hussein and that he wanted to cooperate with international demands, according to an interview released Sunday.

...At the end of the interview, which was conducted last week, Assad said: "Please send this message: I am not Saddam Hussein. I want to cooperate."

I was going to talk about the obvious causation that exists here, but Vinod beat me to it and said it better than I would have. So go read his post and see my comments I left there.


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