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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar at the Brookings Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide-ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that'd cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

He talks to  military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and the story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or leftists.  These are people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies ,to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and found themselves ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight asks a very simple question, one that’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism, on talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who is responsible for the fact that this war has gone on for four years, more than four years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names names. It says  Paul Wolfowitz , Donald Rumsfeld,  L. Paul Bremer , Dick Cheney, George Bush. Perhaps not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Ferguson’s offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days they'll get around to watching it.

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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar, to / who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie isn't in some ways wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, will stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by /. And then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed / and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, the diplomats, the journalists and administartors in a story that emerges is a davastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or / people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administation's policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein. And / ignored, undermined and forwarded by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question. One of its authority asked in political circles, in journalism and talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who was responsible for the effect that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names names. It says /, /, /, George Bush. Perhaps it's not surprisingly all of these people declined / offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days that'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out a /, it said, "Life can lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar, go broken since situation who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie isn't in some ways wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, will stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Augment Chelarby. And then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a    reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed the sing won form and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, the diplomats, the journalists and the administrators in a story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or the leftist ever people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein. And phantom itself is ignored, undermined and forwarded by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question. One of its arts is beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism and talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who was responsible for the effect that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names Names. It says Paul Walfolest, Donald Blumsfield, Eld Paul Blammer, Dick Chainie, George Bush. Perhaps it's not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles offered to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days that'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out a serial scenarios, it said, "Life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

 

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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar, at Brooklyn Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, will stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Augment Chelarby. And then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed us this in one form and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and a story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or the leftists /ever/ people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein. And phantom itself is ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question. One it’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism and talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who was responsible for the effect that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names Names. It says Paul Walfolest, Donald Blumsfield, Eld Paul Blammer, Dick Chainie, George Bush. Perhaps it's not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Furgson’s(?) offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days that'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out a several scenarios, it said, "Life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

 

 

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Homework

A huge ammunition dumps that were guarded until several weeks not a couple of months, after major comebacks, action is it

I was standing there watching the sergents pull out rockets and // and bombs. These weapons cash in Iraq stored and stashed everywhere. And you go to the British or to the US where stare with your little GPS receivers and say: Hey, guys, you know, we found like 1,800 million tons of bombs. And there are a bunch of Iraqis that they keep 47’s taken it away. Probably not the best idea. Here is where it is located in this radio. They just don’t have enough people to cover it. And I just, I couldn’t believe it it wasn’t the right answer.

No End Insight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar of Berkinson institution, who turned to documentatory film-making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

That movie is in some way very wide-ranging but also very focused. The basic story has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the month in spring and early summer of 2003, when, according to the people interviewed in the film, decisions were made that cast the dice for what was going to happen later.

The plan was, essentially, we will stay for three or four months, we’ll install a government made up of excels and led by Arquinchalidi. And then in August and September of 2003, we’ll begin a drastic reduction of troops.

Larry Derrida addressed us in one forum and said by the end of August of 2003, we would have all but 25,000 and 30,000 troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that, in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleages and I said “This guy doesn’t know what he is talking about. It’s physically impossible.”

He talked to military personnels, to diplomats, to journalists, and administrators. And the story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompliance.

Again he is not anti-war activist, sort of lefty seeds of people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush’s administrations’ policies, to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddum Hussain, and to find himself ignored, undermined and floored by policies that were coming from Washington. In some way Noah asked a very simple question when this began to be asked, in political circles, in journalism, on top shows questions: who lost Iraq? Who was responsible? for the fact that the war has gone on for four years, more than four years with so much violence. And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names names such as Paul Wolfernis, Donald Brownfield, Alpo Brahma, Dick Chennai, George Bush. Perhaps it’s not surprising all these people declined Charles Ferguson’s offer to be interviewed for his movie. One can only hope one of these days they will get around to watch it.

It laid out several scenarios. It says life could be lousy, life could be OK, life could be better.

The president hasn’t read it. Not even the one-page summary over which we worked so hard, to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

President did not read even the exaggerated summary.

zkdaisy

No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar, at Brooklyn Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, will stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Augment Chelarby. And then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed us this in one form and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and the story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or leftists.  These are people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein. And found themselves ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question. One it’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism and talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who was responsible for the fact that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names Names. It says Paul Walfolest, Donald Blumsfield, Eld Paul Blammer, Dick Chainie, George Bush. Perhaps /not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Ferguson’s offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days that'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out a several scenarios, it said, "Life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

 

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HW—蜗牛

 

No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar, at Brooklyn Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, will stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Augment Chelarby. And then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed us this in one form and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and a story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or the leftists of people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein. And phantom itself is ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question. One it’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism, on talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who was responsible for the effect that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names Names. It says Paul Walfolest, Donald Blumsfield, Eld Paul Blammer, Dick Chainie, George Bush. Perhaps it's not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Furgson’s offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days that'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out a several scenarios, it said, "If life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

 

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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar at Brooklyn Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, we’ll stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Augment Chelarby, and then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed us in one forum and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and the story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or leftists.  These are people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and found themselves ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question, one that’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism, on talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who was responsible for the fact that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names Names. It says Paul Walfolest, Donald Blumsfield, Eld Paul Blammer, Dick Chainie, George Bush. Perhaps not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Ferguson’s offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days they'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out / several scenarios, it said, "Life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar at Brooklyn Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, we’ll stay for 3 or 4 months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Augment Chelarby, and then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed us in one forum and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and the story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or leftists.  These are people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and found themselves ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight has a very simple question, one that’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism, on talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who is responsible for the fact that this war has gone on for 4 years, more than 4 years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names Names. It says Paul Walfolest, Donald Blumsfield, Eld Paul Blammer, Dick Chainie, George Bush. Perhaps not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Ferguson’s offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days they'll get around to watch it.

 

As CIA laid out / several scenarios, it said, "Life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hasn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

 

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No End in Sight is a new documentary directed by Charles Ferguson, a former political scientist and scholar at the Brookings Institution who turned the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days of the American war in Iraq.

 

Now this movie is in some ways very wide-ranging, but it's also very focused. The basic story it has to tell is about what happened right after the invasion in the months, in the spring and early summer of 2003, when according to the people, interviewed in this film, decisions were made that'd cast the die for what was gonna happen later.

 

The plan was essentially, we’ll stay for three or four months, we will install a government made up of exiles and led by Ahmad Chalabi, and then in August to September of 2003, we will begin a drastic reduction of troops.

 

Lawrence Di Rita addressed us in one forum and said by the end of August of 2003, we will have all but 25 to 30 thousand troops out of Iraq. I heard him say that in a room full of people. And I turned to my colleagues and I said, "This guy doesn't know what he's talking about. It's physically impossible."

 

He talks to  military personnel, to diplomats, to journalists and administrators and the story that emerges is a devastating picture of arrogance and incompetence.

 

Again, these are not anti-war activists or leftists.  These are people who went into Iraq to implement the Bush administration’s policies to try to rebuild the country after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and found themselves ignored, undermined and thwarted by the policies that were coming from Washington.

 

In some ways No End in Sight asks a very simple question, one that’s already beginning to be asked in political circles, in journalism, on talk shows, the question, "Who lost Iraq?" "Who is responsible for the fact that this war has gone on for four years, more than four years with so much violence?" And the movie supplies very specific answers. It names names. It says  Paul Wolfowitz , Donald Rumsfeld L. Paul Bremer , Dick Cheney, George Bush. Perhaps not surprisingly all of these people declined Charles Ferguson’s offer to be interviewed for this movie. One can only help that one of these days they'll get around to watching it.

 

As CIA laid out a... several scenarios, it said, "Life could be lousy; life could be okay; life could be better."

 

The president hadn't read it, not even the one-page summary over which we work so hard to reduce these findings to a single readable page.

 

President did not read even the executive summary? Correct!

 

In the mountains of truth ,you can never climb in vain.

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In the mountains of truth ,you can never climb in vain.

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A huge ammunition dumps that weren’t guarded until several weeks of a couple of months after major come back, action ended.

 

I was standing there watching the sergeants pull out rockets and mortars and bombs. These weapons cashes that the Iraqi store and you know stashed everywhere and you go to the British or to the US where they stare with your little GPS receiver ‘hey guys’, you know we found like 18 thousand million tons of bombs and there are a bunch of Iraqis they were AK47s taking it away. Probably not the best idea here is where it’s located and they say to you: we just haven’t enough people to cover it. And it just… I couldn’t believe it the right answer.

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"No end in sight" is a new documentary directed by xx, a former political scientist,?? institution who turn the documentary film making to tell the story about what went wrong in the early days in American war in Irap. Now this movie is in some way very wide-ranging, but it is also very focus. The basic story it has to tell is about what happen right at the ?? in the months of Spring and early summer of 2003. When political people interviewed in this film, decision was made that ? was happen ??.

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A huge ammunition dumps that weren’t guarded until several weeks it's not a couple of months after major come back, action's ended. I'm standing there watching the sergeants pull out rockets and mortars and bombs. I mean the weapons cashes that the Iraqis store and you know stash everywhere and you go to the British or to the US where they stare with your little GPS receiver to ‘hey guys’, you know we found like 18 thousand million tons of bombs and there're a bunch of Iraqis they were AK47s taking it away. Probably not the best idea here's where it’s located and they say to you: we just haven’t enough people to cover it. And it just… I couldn’t believe what is the right answer.
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A huge ammunition dumps that weren’t guarded until several weeks if not a couple of months after a  major combat, action's ended. I'm standing there watching these insurgents pull out rockets and mortars and bombs. I mean the weapons cashes that the Iraqis had stored / ,you know,stashed everywhere ,and you go to the British or to the US / wherewith their little GPS receiver to ‘hey guys’, you know, we found like 18 thousand million tons of bombs and there're a bunch of Iraqis ,they were with AK47s ,taking it away. Probably not the best idea ,here's where it’s located and they said to you, "we just haven’t enough people to cover it". And it just… I couldn’t believe it wasn't the right answer.

 

 stash  :save up as for future use 同义词:hoard, cache, lay away, hive up, squirrel away

 

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