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March 24, 2004

The New York Times had an interesting piece of advertising.

A US business group made up of current and former CEO's from companies like Eastman Kodak and Bell Industries took the ad out.

The ad stated, (the case for invading Iraq) "was built entirely out of falsehoods", and "It's past time for finger pointing. "It's time for someone in this government to step forward and take personal responsibility for the deadly deceptions used to mislead this great nation into war. And that someone must be George W. Bush."

The over 500 member strong Business Leaders for Sensible Priorities has plans for more ads in the future.

Posted at 5:21 AM


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