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I'll Trade You A Koffi For A Rumsfeld

! Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minnesota wants Annan to resign. The Army Times wants Rumsfeld to resign. If Sen. Coleman wants Koffi gone so bad, then he

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Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minnesota wants Annan to resign.

The Army Times wants Rumsfeld to resign.

If Sen. Coleman wants Koffi gone so bad, then he has to be willing to give up a player as well! I mean you can't get something for nothing Sen. Coleman.

Let's get Billy Beane, the GM of the Oakland A's on the phone to broker the deal. If anyone can make this trade, it's him.

If we look at some of the stats according to the Army Times involving the Abu Ghraib scandel:

"Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld also failed to read the report until after the scandal broke in the media. By then, of course, it was too late. Myers, Rumsfeld and their staffs failed to recognize the impact the scandal would have not only in the United States, but around the world."

If we look at some of the stats according to Sen. Coleman:

"The decision to call for Mr. Annan's resignation does not come easily," Coleman wrote. "But I have arrived at this conclusion because the most extensive fraud in the history of the U.N. occurred on his watch.

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