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To: ContentiousObjector
The project was done under the supervision of the state department and FBI, both of who signed off on the financing as being clean and both the state department and the FBI have praised the documentry as accurate and objective.

I hope Tucker Carlson and the other hacks attacking this man are sued into non-existance.

Well said. You beat me to it. It is amazing the LIES that these chickenhawks will tell about an honorable U.S. Marine and WAR VETERAN! Anyone who knows anything about the film will know how critical it was of Saddam -- who Ritter DESPISES. I can't believe how this slander of a US Marine goes without comment on this website. I guess "conservatives" don't mind sounding like military-hating leftists when it suits their purpose.

Let Tucker Carlson and his boyfriends at Weekly Standard lead the invasion.

12 posted on 09/01/2002 10:45:44 AM PDT by Zviadist
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To: Zviadist
I think what people on this site find extraordinary is that years ago, when Ritter testified before Congress, he was extremely worried they (inspectors) hadn't found everything Saddam had. To hear him today ON TELEVISION (I haven't seen the movie) express confidence that Saddam doesn't have nuclear capability, doesn't make sense. How can he attest to this? Because he was in the country recently and made a movie? He couldn't even attest to it when he was inspecting the country for nuclear weapons - a country which has now gone un-inspected for years.
14 posted on 09/01/2002 10:53:40 AM PDT by Peach
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To: Zviadist; All
TURNING ON THE BULL**IT DETECTOR:

When consider the level of credibility you will assign to posts of Zviadist, I will cite a thread from earlier today discussing Britain's Iain Duncan Smith.

Our full-of-himself Zviadist first said: "By the way, I have spoken at some length with Iain Duncan Smith"

When challenged, he then said: "And I didn't say I "hung out" with him. I merely met him and spoke with him for a couple of minutes."

So "spoken at some length" became "met with him and spoke with him for a couple minutes." Apparently, Zviadist is less than an expert on Duncan Smith than he would wish us to believe.

You may all want to keep this in mind when evaluating anything said here by Zviadist. The name Walter Mitty is coming to mind.

15 posted on 09/01/2002 11:56:09 AM PDT by doug from upland
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