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To: FreeReign
Why read past the above nonsense in the first sentence.

I know the Guardian is a "leftist rag" and no real "conservative" would consult it but what if that part is true? Anybody have a source that disproves it? I do care about the truth insofar as it can be ascertained.

More at link, also lots of pictures and an obituary somewhere, says she attended Radcliffe, Harvard and Oxford.

By golly their search engine works better than most. The articles I read the other day aren't all on the front page any more.

"Benazir Bhutto's short-lived and ill-fated return to Pakistan was the result of a delicate deal with Musharraf, brokered by both the US and Britain. Bhutto had corruption charges against her dropped and in return her participation in the political process gave credibility to Musharraf's continued rule as president"

39 posted on 12/29/2007 11:20:34 AM PST by Aliska
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To: Aliska
The "nonsense" as I described it is not the US brokered deal between Mush and Bhutto. The brokered deal was well documented to be true and the brokered deal was a good thing.

What I was calling nonsense is the article's blaming the U.S. brokered deal for the death of Bhutto.

46 posted on 12/29/2007 1:06:43 PM PST by FreeReign
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