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Pryor restraint

By Michael J. Smith on Friday October 6, 2006 10:49 AM

J Alva Scruggs writes:

Mark Pryor -- candidate for stupidest senator

From the Arkansas News:

"Pryor joined three other senators on his first visit to the country, where he met in Baghdad with American generals and Iraqi officials.

He said he left with an impression of Iraq as a complicated country with progress in some areas but enough problems to leave Pryor troubled.

"I think Iraq is at a turning point," Pryor said in a telephone interview from Jordan. "I think over the next few months, three or four months, if we don't see some real progress in Iraq, we need to be very concerned.""

A turning point! He'll be seeing lights at the ends of tunnels next.

Comments (2)

js paine:

jesus what horse's ass

Jesus Reyes:

I'm pretty sure that the Arkansas News mistakenly got Prior's name attached to a Friedman column.

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