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Call it a tempest in a hot tub. As John Walker Lindh's trial date approaches, the country will once again be consumed with puzzling over how the young man from Fairfax ended up with the Taliban. In the court of public opinion, Marin County will be on trial with him. For that, it can thank former President George Bush, who said in February that he had no sympathy for Lindh and called him ``some misguided Marin County hot-tubber.''


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