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Once again, he started to play the game that he has been playing for the last 11 or so years to divert our attention, to throw chafe up to confuse, to cause us to lose our way in applying our will,
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there was reason for guarded optimism. And let us be clear about what brought it all to a halt -- terrorism.
Colin Powell

It wasn't just a matter of a dictator being there, it was a dictator terrorizing his people ... (and) beyond that, invading his neighbors, threatening the whole world with weapons of mass destruction and supporting terrorist activities.
Colin Powell

We all talked to Woodward. It was part of our instructions from the White House, ... It was an opportunity to help him write a contemporary history of this period.
Colin Powell

CIA has also suggested that Mr. Goss and Ms. Harman dig a little deeper into the material they've been provided, and so I hope they will do that.
Colin Powell

is a matter for China, it's a matter for South Korea, it's a matter for Japan, it's a matter for Russia, and it's a matter for the United Nations.
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We make ourselves a ladder out of our vices if we trample the vices themselves underfoot.
Saint Augustine