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If Stanley McChrystal was feeling at all confident about surviving the fuss over the Rolling Stone profile that’s about to appear, he will be decidedly less so after hearing the words that came out of White House press secretary Robert Gibbs’ mouth just now. “The magnitude and the greatness of the mistakes here are profound,” [...]
Well, that’s a rare contrast that helps BP. On the same day their US chief Lamar McKay was getting thoroughly roasted by the House energy and commerce sub-committee, and, all right, not exactly breezing it, but at least remaining on a relatively even keel, US commander in Iraq and Afghanistan General David Petraeus was collapsing [...]
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