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Thursday, April 17, 2003
Look at me! I'm important! That's what Martin Sullivan and Gary Vikan, members of the the U.S. presidential panel on cultural property are saying as they resign in protest over the looting of Baghdad's museum by Iraqis.


"Our priorities had a big gap," Sullivan told Reuters on Thursday. "In a pre-emptive war that's the kind of thing you should have planned for."


I can see the news reports now. Gen. Richard Meyers apologizes for the failure to plan for urban fighting in Baghdad leading to the deaths of hundreds of U.S. Marines and soldiers, but says "we did secure the Baghdad museum against possible looting."

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