May 2004
New Republic;5/3/2004, Vol. 230 Issue 16, p8
Focuses on the claim that Bob Woodward's book, "Plan of Attack," creates the impression that U.S. President George W. Bush was disingenuous about his plans to attack Iraq; Comment on Woodward's allegation that the Saudi ambassador to the U.S., Prince Bandar, promised to reduce oil prices before the 2004 election to help President Bush; Comparison of the Bush administration to a goofy "Saturday Night Live" parody of itself.


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