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Still Waiting

August 26th, 2003 - 1:54 am

Here’s the story from India, as reported by the Taipai Times:

At least 42 people were killed and more than a hundred wounded yesterday when two bombs exploded in the heart of India’s financial capital Mumbai, police said.

It was not immediately clear who planted the bombs. One exploded near the historic Gateway of India, a crowded monument in the tourist heart of the city, while the other exploded in a congested bullion market near a Hindu temple.

“There were legs and hands lying on top and inside my taxi. I had a miraculous escape,” said taxi driver Lal Sahib Singh, whose clothes were soaked in blood. He had been driving past the bullion market when the bomb exploded.

How long, I wonder, before our punditry asks what India did to deserve this, and why they’re so hated?

Oh, right — it’s all America’s fault.

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