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No WMD! (all but FauxNews viewers knew months ago!)

by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / October 6, 2004 10:39 PM PDT
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Wow! Who would have suspected that? ? ?
by Dan McC / October 7, 2004 12:28 AM PDT

Oh, yeah. Pretty much everybody.



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Re: No WMD! (all but FauxNews viewers knew months ago!)
by EdH / October 7, 2004 1:51 AM PDT

If you watched his actual testimony you would know that every intelligence organization in the world INCLUDING IRAQ's thought that Saddam had WMDs. Saddam went out of his way to make the world believe he had them. Even John Kerry thonght he had them.

And he had every intention of restarting is WMD programs when the sanctions were lifted. Our European "allies" were pressuring for that to happen.

I believe there was reason enough to go after Saddam.

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Re: No WMD! (all but FauxNews viewers knew months ago!)

Hi, Ed.

The problem is partly Saddam's. he was intentionally pretending to have them to help hold off Iran, whom he considered "the real enemy." But the handwriting was on the wall by the time of the invasion -- the inspectors had free access and reported finding none, but wanted more time to absolutely confirm that. Time that Bush denied them.

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I believe that if you read
by Dragon / October 7, 2004 11:46 AM PDT

the report, you would see that it supports the president's decision.

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He's a busy man ...
by Evie / October 7, 2004 10:42 PM PDT

... you might want to draw out a few highlights for him Wink

Evie Happy

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