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Thursday, January 20, 2005

Admitting Regrets

Some outgoing members of the administration will be missed much more than others. For instance, those like Richard Armitage, who are willing to admit regrets of the last four years (via Political Animal):

'I'm disappointed that Iraq hasn't turned out better. And that we weren't able to move forward more meaningfully in the Middle East peace process.'

"Then, after a minute's pause, he adds a third regret: 'The biggest regret is that we didn't stop 9/11. And then in the wake of 9/11, instead of redoubling what is our traditional export of hope and optimism we exported our fear and our anger. And presented a very intense and angry face to the world. I regret that a lot.'"


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