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Jan. 12 2003 1:13 AM

From: Donald Rumsfeld, Pentagon

Date: January 12, 2003

Subject: IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Are you frustrated that your country is isolated from the world and condemned by the United Nations? Do you want to see the Iraqi people liberated from Saddam's injustice? Are you tired of paying too much for inkjet cartridges?

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