posted on 09/15/2003 6:42:17 AM PDT
posted on 09/15/2003 6:43:58 AM PDT
(The Clintons have pardoned more terrorists than they ever captured or killed.)
There are clear connections but those who refuse to look will never see. RATmedia will never report them.
posted on 09/15/2003 6:46:02 AM PDT
(America's Enemies foreign and domestic agree. Bush must be destroyed.)
"The vice president might have also mentioned that Ramzi Yousef, who masterminded the 1993 attack and whose laptop computer contained plans to crash U.S. airliners into the World Trade Center and Pentagon, entered the U.S. with an Iraqi passport. "
Someone please refresh my memory.....when did we find this out about the laptop computers of Yousef's?
posted on 09/15/2003 6:48:43 AM PDT
(Whiners & PC'ers.......members of the new OFFENDED Political Party)
Russert is losing credibility as he shows his partisanship more and more.
posted on 09/15/2003 6:51:11 AM PDT
Last Wednesday Russert insisted to radio host Don Imus, "No one will say there was a direct involvement of Saddam Hussein in Sept. 11. ... There's no direct link that can be substantiated." The full exchange between Russert and Vice President Cheney on the evidence tying Iraq to 9/11 went like this:
RUSSERT: The Washington Post asked the American people about Saddam Hussein, and this is what they said: 69 percent said he was involved in the September 11 attacks. Are you surprised by that?
CHENEY: No. I think it's not surprising that people make that connection.
RUSSERT: But is there a connection?
CHENEY: We don't know.
Whats the beef? What's the difference between what Russert said on Imus and what Cheney said on MTP?
posted on 09/15/2003 6:55:10 AM PDT
by Dave S
During the Dimocrat debates Kucinich and Dean repeated the same tired mantra over and over again:
"there was no link between Saddam and 9/11"
It's amazing to me how these liberals can find a conspiracy in every corner when it comes to corporate America or conservative Christians; but as far as terrorists are concerned, they assume innocence even in the face of compelling evidence to the contrary.
They are convoluted in their logic, and one need only look to our neighbors in California to see the inevitable mess made by the application of their philosophy.
posted on 09/15/2003 7:10:28 AM PDT
Tom Brokaw did an almost identical report on the nightly news about a weel ago. I think Russert and Brokaw coordinated the stories. At any rate Brokaw started by saying despite the public impression aside (70% believe there is a link) no evidence exists to support it. This certainly was no news story. It was a false report designed to shape public opinion against Bush. The liberals will do anything to regain power, even if they have to put someone like Al Sharpton in office.
posted on 09/15/2003 7:43:03 AM PDT
The big problem is, Liberals want to deny links between 9/11 and anybody
Unfortunately for them, bin Laden has already claimed the credit. So, now they have to deny the links between bin Laden and anybody else!
posted on 09/15/2003 7:57:58 AM PDT
Tim Russert needs to care more about the truth and a great deal less about his own personal bias. I have lost faith in him, and if I have, I'd be willing to bet others have, too.
When the facts get in his way, Tim slides over them with clintonian style, caring less about truthfully informing our fellow citizens. Tim would rather use innuendo to damage actual known facts than in to ever allow anything positive about this administration to creep thru his dialogue.
It has to hurt to be Tim Russert.
The clintons have done this to the liberals.
Their anger stems from their guilt...at least in those who still have a conscience.
posted on 09/15/2003 8:06:00 AM PDT
Too bad the administration chose to emphasize Iraq's WMD arsenal rather than the Saddam-9/11-OBL connection prior to the war. Yeah, I realize that the evidence supporting that connection is still mounting daily, but we had enough to justify our actions many months before the war began.
posted on 09/15/2003 8:49:53 AM PDT
by Mr. Mojo
To: kattracks; Poohbah; Chancellor Palpatine; BOBTHENAILER; dighton; Luis Gonzalez; Howlin; ...
If Cheney is mentioning the Prague connection, I think that Mr. al-Ani has been singing like the proverbial canary.
And Salman Pak, too.
posted on 09/15/2003 9:17:48 AM PDT
(The National League needs to adopt the designated hitter rule.)
To: kattracks; hobbes1
Sounds to me like Cheney's been listening to Mylroie. By October next year they will lower the boom on people who were anti the Iraq campaign.
posted on 09/15/2003 9:54:41 AM PDT
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This is HUGE news. The administration has been mum on this up untill now. I wouldn't expect Cheney to say this unless he was serious.
They could be in panic mode I guess. in the past they have tried to make points that aren't really necessary when they feel pressed. But this is stuff is too serious to play games with, and I'd expect Cheney to realize that.
Though he did not specifically mention the South Baghdad terrorist training camp Salman Pak, where radical Islamists rehearsed 9/11-style hijackings on a Soviet-era Tupelov 154 airliner, Cheney noted that "al-Qaeda sent personnel to Baghdad to get trained on the systems that are involved."
BIG FAT BUMP!
posted on 09/15/2003 3:10:48 PM PDT
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