"It is well known that the best way of picking out terrorists is to fly 30,000ft above the capital city of any state that harbours them and drop bombs - preferably cluster bombs. It is conceivable that the bombing of Dublin might have provoked some sort of protest, even if just from James Joyce fans, and there is at least some likelihood of increased anti-British sentiment in what remained of the city and thus a rise in the numbers of potential terrorists. But this, in itself, would have justified the tactic of bombing them in the first place. We would have nipped them in the bud, so to speak. I hope you follow the argument."
- OK, George, make with the friendly bombs .
Refuseniks: Benjamin Netanyahu's nephew doesn't want to join the army and kill people.
U.S. Diplomat John Brady Kiesling: Letter of Resignation, to: Secretary of State Colin L. Powell.