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Saturday, July 20, 2002
Damn, I'm on a roll.

On July 17, I made the unsurprising observation that the US would invade Iraq regardless of world opinion. That view was echoed by the Spectator. Tim Blair noted the Spectator item on his blog on July 19, but the item itself is dated July 20. On July 19 I congratulated the Spectator for agreeing with me. In doing so, I said I thought that Bush would start the war against Iraq in time to have an effect on the November elections. Now Ha'aretz has picked up the story, in a piece dated July 20.

"The U.S. operation to topple Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein will take place in the coming months, even before November's Congressional elections, according to high-level sources in the French government following talks with American decision-makers and professionals in Washington."

Via BOTW (Third item)

Bet you didn't know that I was so well connected with high level sources in the French government or with American decision-makers and professionals in Washington. It's a safe bet. Even I didn't know I was that connected.

In more important developments, Radley Balko's TCS column seems to be coming true.
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