To: jveritas; Ernest_at_the_Beach
Yet again Joseph, thank you for your expertise in finding and translating critical documentation. What galls me the most is that the CENTCOM Database is no longer accessible to the public, for people like yourself to be able to wade through, to find further proves that Saddam was up to his neck in supporting terrorist as well as pursuing the goal of atomic bomb development.
Surely had it remain open. By now you and some others such as Hayes and company, would have found dozens of new documents that would have simply driven the spike into the heart of the misguided wisdom that Saddam did not support state terrorist as well as his desire to possess the bomb.
At least we should be grateful for as much as you folks have been able to translate thus far. In this we are in debt to you. Yea. I know... you are simply doing your duty. But I again salute you for your time given to this important function.
Then again. By all indications when all the documentation and other sources you few had found and translated, perhaps the spike has been fully driven in. But the world does not know what so few of us have been given a glimpse of. Guess that is the way the cookie crumbled on this piece of current history.
posted on 03/16/2008 4:30:21 PM PDT
(Duncan Hunter was our best choice...)
The shut down of the Iraqi documents website was a huge mistake.
posted on 03/16/2008 4:37:23 PM PDT
(God bless our brave troops and President Bush)
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