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"Don't tell me that," said Jessie, the unconvincible.
The hardest to convince are those, however, who insist on having a four-and-a-half-foot-gauge fact driven through their two-foot-gated understanding, without it ever occurring to them that the gate, and not the fact, is the faulty article, Some of these gentry are very unconvincible.
The first intercept that was played would convince all but the unconvincible that Iraq has the intention to violate the resolution of the Security Council, that they are hiding information from the inspectors, they are cleaning out sites, and all but the unconvincible, including countries like France and Russia, will have to accept after playing that intercept, and I believe they will believe the intercept, that the Iraqis are violating the resolution and in material breach.
Before you could say that I am unconvincible on this point, you’d actually have to try to convince me.