When Ron Paul says it, he is branded as the anti-Christ here. When Wolfy says essentially the same thing, nobody notices.
If you start from the premise that a Moslem “holy land” exists, and that within that alleged “holy land” that Christianity and Bibles can be legitimately banned, and that when our troops are there by invitation of the local government that we become fair game, you can arrive at a lot of screwy conclusions.
OH there are some who noticed.
Wolfowitz should NEVER have been left into the echelons of government. He is a dhimmifed puppet.
You noticed that too, huh?
That's because Wolfowitz isn't running for Commander-in-Chief.
This is satire, right? I mean you're not really that stupid? I wouldn't want to imply you are by responding seriously to the claim that endorsing al Qaeda rhetoric in a manner that damages U.S. interests is "essentially the same" as undermining al Qaeda rhetoric in a manner that advances U.S. interests.
Tehran Paul is doing the same thing Tokyo Rose did during WW2 and it is utterly pathetic that supposed Conservatives are making excuses for his idiocy.
|The Guardian Pulls a "Dowd" - Falsely Attributes War for Oil Claim to Wolfowitz w/ Misquote ^
|Posted by Stultis
On News/Activism ^ 06/04/2003 4:55:40 PM CDT · 154 replies · 713+ views
6 June 2003
Excuse the vanity. All the relevant information is in the following thread, but buried a hundred odd messages down. I wanted to post something with what you need to know right up top, without having to wait for the editorials to come out tomorrow. Wolfowitz: Iraq war was about oil (RUH ROH!!) [The Guardian, 6/4/03] Oil was the main reason for military action against Iraq, a leading White House hawk has claimed [...]. Paul Wolfowitz - who has already undermined Tony Blair's position over weapons of mass destruction (WMD) by describing them as a "bureaucratic" excuse for war - has...
|What Wolfowitz Really Said: The truth behind the Vanity Fair "scoop." ^
|Posted by Pokey78
On News/Activism ^ 05/30/2003 11:06:20 PM CDT · 69 replies · 838+ views
The Weekly Standard ^ | 06/09/03 | William Kristol
AS THIS MAGAZINE goes to press, a controversy swirls about the head of Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz. He is alleged to have "revealed," in an interview with writer Sam Tanenhaus for the Manhattan celebrity/fashion glossy Vanity Fair, that the Bush administration's asserted casus belli for war against Saddam Hussein--the dictator's weapons-of-mass-destruction program--was little more than a propaganda device, a piece of self-conscious and insincere political manipulation. Lazy reporters have been following the lead of the press release Vanity Fair publicists circulated about their "scoop." It begins as follows: Contradicting the Bush administration, Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz tells...