Selective memories don't support arguments

04/04/2014 10:04 AM

04/05/2014 10:54 AM

Re "Egg on columnist's face" (Letters, April 4): Letter writer Richard Nano's comment that columnist Charles Krauthammer should be disqualified from any other foreign policy debate because of his belief that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction did not go far enough. He should have included Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, John Kerry, Al Gore, and all the many other senators and members of Congress on the left who expressed the same belief. This observation is not intended to support the decisions to move into that war, but to point out short or selective memories.

-- Ann Smith, Sacramento

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