Wednesday, October 13, 2004

A billion dollars sentence!

Charles Duelfer's, the former deputy executive chairman of the UN weapons inspectors and current head of the CIA's Iraq Survey Group (ISG), delivered to the US Congress his much-anticipated report on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) capabilities.

After all, in a vain retroactive attempt to justify his hokum about weapons of mass destruction (WMD), he had 1,200 people working for 15 months -- stretching the scarce supply of Arab linguists -- to produce 918 pages at a cost of about a billion dollars just to find out that:

Saddam would have liked to have had weapons if he could have, but he couldn't, so he didn't.

by Maureen Dowd - NYTimes

Let's see if it sounds as brilliant, in Portuguese:
"Saddam teria gosto de ter tido armas de destruicao macica se pudesse, mas nao podia e por isso nao tinha"

esta brilhante conclusao custou 1 milhao de US dollares!

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