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George ?¢â??¬??Snuff Him?¢â??¬â??¢ Stephanopoulos:

Televangelist Pat Robertson caught endless grief this week for suggesting it might not be a bad idea for the U.S. to assassinate anti-American Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.  Robertson, however, may have been inspired by George Stephanopoulos, one-time adviser to President Clinton and current host of ABC’s “This Week.” In the December 1, 1997, issue of Newsweek, Stephanopoulos wrote a column headlined, “Why We Should Kill Saddam.” The last sentence of Stephanopoulos’s carefully reasoned piece: “If we can kill Saddam, we should.”

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