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Pakistan Exemplifies Flawed Bush Philosophies

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Pakistan Exemplifies Flawed Bush Philosophies

Pakistan Exemplifies Flawed Bush Philosophies

Pakistan Exemplifies Flawed Bush Philosophies

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The White House is calling for Pakistan to return to democratic rule, after Pakistan's President Gen. Pervez Musharraf suspended the country's constitution over the weekend.

Pakistan is only the latest example of the Bush administration's flawed philosophies.

The president's most cherished precept — that spreading democracy spreads stability — is going down in flames.

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