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Release report

The CIA delivered a report to the president in July outlining how the war could go in the future. Reportedly, a range of possibilities was described.

Now representatives of both parties – despite election-year battling – want the report released. Respected senators such as Sen. Graham, Democrat from Florida, and Sen. McCain, Republican from Arizona, are joining together in calling for the release of the CIA report on Iraq.

I hope President Bush listens and releases the report. We can’t afford to be optimistic, as Bush continues to be on Iraq, if there’s no rational reason for it.

On the other hand, if Bush’s optimism is supported by the facts, we should listen to the president. So let’s see the facts.

Michael Askins

Grass Valley

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