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  • (Vanity) Political Limerick 06-02-2006

    06/02/2006 6:35:58 AM PDT · by grey_whiskers · 1 replies · 179+ views
    grey_whiskers ^ | 06-02-2006 | grey_whiskers
    See for example this thread first. Kennedy say Bush stole the election in '04, but it escaped detection ("What about JFK and his pal, LBJ?") Oops! Let's not go in that direction!
  • Iraq, WMDs. and Troubling Revelations

    05/26/2006 10:27:19 AM PDT · by Baconian · 11 replies · 1,263+ views
    FrontPageMag ^ | May 26, 2006 | Jamie Glazov
    Iraq, WMDs, and Troubling Revelations by Jamie Glazov Just recently, Saddam Hussein's former southern regional commander, Gen. Al-Tikriti, gave the first videotaped testimony confirming that Iraq had WMDs up to the American invasion in 2003 and that Russia helped removed them prior to the war. His testimony confirms numerous other sources that have pointed to Russia's secret alliance with Iraq and the co-ordinated moving of WMDs before the American liberation. Today we've invited three experts on this subject to discuss the details of Al-Tikriti's testimony and its larger significance. Our guests today are: John Loftus, president of the Intelligence Summit,...
  • Who thought Iraq had WMD? Most everybody

    05/25/2006 8:40:53 AM PDT · by Caleb1411 · 55 replies · 1,067+ views
    Townhall ^ | May 25, 2006 | Larry Elder
    As Memorial Day approaches, 51 percent of Americans, according to a CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll, think the commander in chief "deliberately misled" us about Iraq and weapons of mass destruction. "Deliberately misled"? Once again, let's go to the videotape: Clinton Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, February 1998: "Iraq is a long way from [here], but what happens there matters a great deal here. For the risks that the leaders of a rogue state will use nuclear, chemical or biological weapons against us or our allies is the greatest security threat we face." Clinton National Security Adviser Sandy Berger, February 1998: "He...
  • Joe Wilson: Clueless Liar--The Baghdad Bob of the American Left.

    04/19/2006 5:07:12 AM PDT · by SJackson · 19 replies · 1,239+ views
    Slate | Frontpagemagazine ^ | April 19, 2006 | Christopher Hitchens
    Nobody appears to dispute what I wrote in last week's Slate to the effect that in February 1999, Saddam Hussein dispatched his former envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency, and former delegate to non-proliferation conferences at the United Nations, to Niger. Wissam al-Zahawie was, at the time of his visit, the accredited ambassador of Iraq to the Vatican: a more senior post than it may sound, given that the Vatican was almost the only full European embassy that Iraq then possessed. And nobody has proposed an answer to my question: Given the fact that Niger is synonymous with uranium...
  • Iraq, Niger And Uranium: Bush's `16 Words' Based On Credible Evidence

    04/18/2006 6:03:55 AM PDT · by areafiftyone · 10 replies · 509+ views
    Much of the media has characterized the Iraq-uranium story as false or discredited, even though the Senate Intelligence Committee and a British investigation concluded that the 16 words may well have had a sound basis. Last week there was another fuss about the famous 16 words in President Bush's 2003 State of the Union Address: "The British Government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." A running battle over that passage has taken place in Washington since the invasion of Iraq and the failure to find Hussein's weapons of mass destruction. Much of the...
  • Clueless Joe Wilson

    04/17/2006 1:30:56 PM PDT · by rellimpank · 65 replies · 2,314+ views
    Slate ^ | 17 Apr 06 | Christopher Hitchens
    Nobody appears to dispute what I wrote in last week's Slate to the effect that in February 1999, Saddam Hussein dispatched his former envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency, and former delegate to non-proliferation conferences at the United Nations, to Niger. Wissam al-Zahawie was, at the time of his visit, the accredited ambassador of Iraq to the Vatican: a more senior post than it may sound, given that the Vatican was almost the only full European embassy that Iraq then possessed. And nobody has proposed an answer to my question: Given the fact that Niger is synonymous with uranium...
  • Bush had good reason to believe there were WMD in Iraq

    04/12/2006 12:01:03 PM PDT · by Caleb1411 · 105 replies · 3,090+ views
    Christian Science Monitor ^ | 4/12/06 | John Hughes
    Among the allegations leveled at President Bush by his critics, probably the most serious is that he took the United States to war in Iraq on false pretenses. He told the American people that Saddam Hussein had a collection of dangerous weapons of mass destruction when Mr. Hussein did not. In retrospect it is clear that the weapons did not exist, although they had in the past, and Hussein had used them against his enemies. But what is also clear from captured documents now coming to light is that Mr. Bush had every reason to believe they still existed at...
  • Smearing Joe Wilson's critics

    04/12/2006 9:05:43 AM PDT · by smoothsailing · 39 replies · 2,844+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 4-12-06 | Editorial
    The Washington Times Smearing Joe Wilson's critics Published April 12, 2006 Some old canards just never die. New information from special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation about whether former CIA agent Valerie Plame's identity was leaked by the White House as part of a campaign to "discredit" her husband has spurred new efforts to depict him as an innocent victim targeted by a Bush administration smear campaign for telling the truth.     Joseph Wilson, a retired Foreign Service officer, was dispatched to Iraq in February 2002 by the CIA, at his wife's suggestion, to investigate whether Saddam Hussein had tried to purchase...
  • The Public's Right To Know [Liar: Joe Wilson]

    04/11/2006 10:42:12 AM PDT · by Quilla · 25 replies · 1,126+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | April 10, 2006 | None cited
    Lost in the brouhaha over President Bush's "leak" of "classified" information is the real reason for the outrage: The "leak" proved that Joe Wilson was a liar. Among the things that bothered us in this affair is that it's deemed first-rate, Pulitzer-worthy journalism when a major newspaper prints classified information that our enemies find useful, but when the commander-in-chief authorizes the release of declassified material to defend his administration's position it is treated as a betrayal of the public trust, if not an impeachable offense. When the New York Times last December revealed that the National Security Agency listened in...
  • The Sixteen Words Were True

    04/11/2006 9:41:09 AM PDT · by april15Bendovr · 15 replies · 1,187+ views
    Front Page Magazine ^ | April 11, 2006 | Christopher Hitchens
    The Sixteen Words Were True By Christopher Hitchens Slate | April 11, 2006 In the late 1980s, the Iraqi representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency—Iraq's senior public envoy for nuclear matters, in effect—was a man named Wissam al-Zahawie. After the Kuwait war in 1991, when Rolf Ekeus arrived in Baghdad to begin the inspection and disarmament work of UNSCOM, he was greeted by Zahawie, who told him in a bitter manner that "now that you have come to take away our assets," the two men could no longer be friends. (They had known each other in earlier incarnations at...
  • Wowie Zahawie(Sorry everyone, but Iraq did go uranium shopping in Niger.)

    04/10/2006 4:37:42 PM PDT · by kellynla · 54 replies · 1,521+ views
    Slate ^ | April 10, 2006 | Christopher Hitchens
    In the late 1980s, the Iraqi representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency—Iraq's senior public envoy for nuclear matters, in effect—was a man named Wissam al-Zahawie. After the Kuwait war in 1991, when Rolf Ekeus arrived in Baghdad to begin the inspection and disarmament work of UNSCOM, he was greeted by Zahawie, who told him in a bitter manner that "now that you have come to take away our assets," the two men could no longer be friends. (They had known each other in earlier incarnations at the United Nations in New York.) At a later 1995 U.N. special session...
  • A Good Leak (WaPo editorial!)

    04/09/2006 9:39:49 AM PDT · by knuthom · 27 replies · 1,325+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | 4/9/06 | Editorial staff
    PRESIDENT BUSH was right to approve the declassification of parts of a National Intelligence Estimate about Iraq three years ago in order to make clear why he had believed that Saddam Hussein was seeking nuclear weapons. Presidents are authorized to declassify sensitive material, and the public benefits when they do. But the administration handled the release clumsily, exposing Mr. Bush to the hyperbolic charges of misconduct and hypocrisy that Democrats are leveling.
  • Wash Post: Nothing Wrong with Bush 'Leak'

    04/09/2006 11:11:44 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 45 replies · 1,402+ views
    NewsMax ^ | April 9, 2006 | Carl Limbacher
    The Washington Post has broken ranks with the rest of the press over the media fiction that President Bush's recently revealed decision to authorize Lewis "Scooter" Libby to leak prewar Iraq intelligence somehow constitutes a new scandal. In a stunning editorial headlined "The Good Leak," the Post said Sunday: "There was nothing illegal or even particularly unusual about [Bush's decision]; nor is this presidentially authorized leak necessarily comparable to other, unauthorized disclosures that the president believes, rightly or wrongly, compromise national security." Instead, the paper says that, if anyone has behaved unethically in the entire Leakgate fiasco, its Bush's accuser,...
  • 1997 Document: Orders To Remove All Information Related To WMD From Computers (Translation)

    04/09/2006 10:19:52 AM PDT · by jveritas · 166 replies · 9,414+ views
    Pages 99 to129 of document CMPC-2003-00013038 dated in March 1997, many years after Saddam was supposed to fully comply with the UN resolutions to disarm his WMD and reveal everything to the UN inspectors, include many correspondences from the Iraqi intelligence service asking their employees not to store any information related to WMD and remove any information they have regarding WMD from their computers and records. This is yet another document that shows how Saddam Regime was doing all their efforts to hide their WMD programs or any information relate to it from the UN inspectors, a clear sign that...
  • Victor Davis Hanson: When Cynicism Meets Fanaticism. Critiquing the critique of the war in Iraq

    03/31/2006 4:56:27 AM PST · by Tolik · 28 replies · 986+ views
    NRO ^ | March 31, 2006 | Victor Davis Hanson
    <p>Opponents of the war in Iraq, both original critics and the mea culpa recent converts, have made eight assumptions. The first six are wrong, the last two still unsettled.</p> <p>1. Saddam was never connected to al Qaeda, the perpetrators of 9/11.</p>
  • Saddam Regime Document Dated 2001 Shows Chemical Platoon Still Exists And Active (Translation)

    03/25/2006 11:28:53 AM PST · by jveritas · 138 replies · 7,737+ views
    Document CMPC-2004-000404 dated 2001 indicates that Saddam Regime still has an Active Chemical Platoon in Al Qadisia Air base. In fact the first page of the document lists the results “open tournament” i.e. “open training tournament” for the members of the Chemical Platoon. Page 8 and Page 9 show tables that list the status of “Specialized Vehicles” used by the Chemical Platoon. On the top of Page 9 the year 2001 is shown and this prooves that this document was written in 2001. Also page 8 and page 9 show the name and signature of the same guy who is...
  • What the captured documents show (Mona Charen on the Saddam documents)

    03/24/2006 10:03:18 AM PST · by blitzgig · 23 replies · 2,284+ views ^ | 3/24/06 | Mona Charen
    President Bush has made errors, as all humans do, but one thing he has not been guilty of is bad faith. The same cannot be said of his critics. One thinks of those liberals and Democrats who accused President Bush of "lying" about weapons of mass destruction and about ties between al Qaeda and Iraq particularly now, because last week, after an unaccountable delay of three years, the administration declassified and released thousands of documents captured from Saddam's regime. They offer more proof of what we've already learned from other sources: that Hussein was in collusion with al Qaeda; that...
  • The Joe Wilson Op-Ed

    03/22/2006 3:46:52 PM PST · by Guy in Bumblebee Suit · 47 replies · 1,087+ views
    Hi, longtime lurker and firsttime poster. To the point: I'm looking for the editorial or op-ed that Joe Wilson wrote in, I think, the LA Times not long after the 2003 State of the Union address where he supports the administration. If my memory serves me, Wilson was in support of the administration until he was hired by the Kerry campaign (April, 2004, maybe?). For some reason, the whole Wilson-Plame crap is an ongoing argument in my family, and I'm trying to get my facts in line. If anyone can help me, I'd be grateful. To diverse on a brief,...
  • Lies of Joe Wilson: Original Freeper Research

    08/04/2005 11:45:05 PM PDT · by Enchante · 10 replies · 930+ views
    In The National Interest ^ | December 11, 2002 | [quotations from Joe Wilson]
    War on Iraq: Comments from the Symposium Fritz W. Ermarth, Joseph C. Wilson, L. Paul Bremer, Zeyno Baran, Larry C. Johnson and James R. Schlesinger [note: emphasis added in bold portions of text] Joseph C. Wilson: What might Saddam do, in the event of war? On August 6, 1990, I met with Tariq Aziz, who told me that Iraq reserved the right to use any weapon in its arsenal if attacked. When I met with Saddam Hussein, he was vaguer, but said he was prepared to use everything if invaded. Two things to keep in mind. First, Saddam is...
  • No Evidence?

    03/20/2006 11:45:19 AM PST · by Richard Axtell · 100 replies · 2,362+ views
    Personal Opinion | 3/20/06 | Richard Axtell
    Over the weekend I had a "conversation" with a liberal Democrat friend of mine. He is a friend, and is an intelligent and really nice guy. That conversation evolved into a debate about Bush, and of course "the fact that there were no WMDs". I pointed out that what the Democrat and leftist pundits and political leaders have really said, and said in monolithic lockstep, is that there "is no evidence that Saddam had WMD's or that Saddam had any connection to Al Qaida." It can be worded or phrased in varying ways, but that is essentially it, "no evidence"....
  • Pat Boone: Surprise, surprise! Saddam had WMDs after all

    03/11/2006 12:24:01 PM PST · by wagglebee · 66 replies · 2,530+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 3/11/06 | Pat Boone
    I don't know if I have any readers devoted enough to remember what I wrote in my column here on Jan. 7, so I'm not above telling you myself: I predicted we'd be learning that Saddam Hussein's WMDs were "slipped across the border into Syria." Now, it's just a few weeks later, and we have in fact learned that was the case. I'm neither prophet nor genius on this stuff, and if I was catching on long before the first days of January, so were other people. Now we have enough increased evidence and detail to declare mystery solved....
  • Saddam And WMD: Russia's Role

    03/07/2006 8:22:45 AM PST · by Isara · 50 replies · 1,473+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | 3/7/2006 | Editor
    ..frenzy over the Katrina tapes stands in stark contrast to..disinterest of Democrats and the media in the Saddam tapes showing Iraq had WMD and Bush didn't lie....just before Operation Iraqi Freedom both Israeli intelligence and U.S. satellite surveillance detected large amounts of military material moving from Iraq to Syria....not a panicked was a well-planned operation conducted with the assistance of Russia, to which Iraq was $8 billion in debt, much of it for weapons. Russia was worried about what coalition forces might find.According to John Shaw, former deputy undersecretary for international technology security, the WMD were moved out of...
  • 'Bush Lied, You Lied'

    03/03/2006 5:31:17 AM PST · by SJackson · 42 replies · 1,493+ views
    Several weeks ago I wrote an article ("Insanity of the ‘Bush Lied’ Hypothesis," Jan. 27) that addressed the allegation that George W. Bush lied about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction. I noted that this charge doesn’t make sense, even when granting it for the sake of argument, and that underlying the charge is an obsessive hatred of Bush that muddles the thinking of otherwise sensible people. The response to the article was generally positive, though I did receive some angry e-mails. "I think there is something fundamentally dishonest about your article," began one writer, who offered that his "most charitable...
  • Just between you and me...

    02/21/2006 7:45:15 PM PST · by pickrell · 25 replies · 1,633+ views
    21-February-2006 | Ron Pickrell
    As the Battle of the Atlantic heated up, in 1944, Captain Daniel Gallery had a conference aboard the USS Guadalcanal, an escort carrier operating with Task Group 22.3 off the coast of Africa. Certain of his officers and seamen had watched a German submarine take a long time to sink, a month earlier, after they had disabled it. Looking at each other- slow smiles...and a plan... spread out. Aboard the Admiral's carrier a few weeks later, the plan got approved. Training and rehearsals began in earnest. The survivors of the next German submarine to be forced to the surface watched...
  • House Reopens Issue of Iraq's WMD

    02/03/2006 5:10:54 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 21 replies · 771+ views
    NY Sun ^ | Feb. 3, 2006 | ELI LAKE
    Nearly a year and a half after a final report from American weapons inspectors concluded they could not uncover evidence of stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, the chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has reopened the question, launching an inquiry and asking the director of national intelligence to re-examine the issue. Chairman Peter Hoekstra, a Republican from Michigan, is said by his staff to believe that it is too soon to conclude that Saddam Hussein either destroyed or never had the stockpiles and programs to produce biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons that Western intelligence...
  • Video exposes "Nobody Died When Clinton Lied Lies"

    01/26/2006 3:50:13 PM PST · by cirque23 · 2 replies · 288+ views ^ | 26 Jan 2006 | Hip Hop Republican
    Video exposes "Nobody Died When Clinton Lied Lies" Video exposes Nobody Died When Clinton Lied Lies!!
  • In New National Ad, ACLU Calls for Investigation

    12/29/2005 8:57:12 AM PST · by mosquitobite · 79 replies · 3,170+ views
    ACLU ^ | ACLU
    NEW YORK – In a full-page advertisement in today's New York Times, the American Civil Liberties Union intensified its call for a special counsel to be appointed to determine whether President George W. Bush violated federal wiretapping laws by authorizing illegal surveillance. The ACLU said President Bush's actions were a clear violation of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), which was passed by Congress in response to revelations that former President Nixon was using "national security" claims to spy on American citizens he considered his "enemies." "President Nixon was not above the law and neither is President Bush," said ACLU...
  • Childish debate: Democrats call Bush a liar, but the facts speak for themselves

    12/29/2005 4:17:36 AM PST · by rhema · 11 replies · 1,287+ views
    WORLD ^ | December 31, 2005 | Joel Belz
    Anyone who's ever tried to referee a squabble between two little children—especially a squabble of the "yes-you-did-no-I-didn't" variety—should appreciate how valuable it would be to have a written record of all that was actually said. By the nature of the case in a domestic quarrel, of course, that's a rarity. What is neither rare nor inaccessible are the thousands of pages of written records of what was actually said by dozens of important people leading up to the war in Iraq. For our nation now to be consumed by an unending and escalating debate over whether our president lied to...
  • JUDGING THE CASE FOR WAR (Chicago Tribune's Inquest Finds That Bush DID NOT LIE!)

    12/28/2005 7:07:14 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 24 replies · 1,547+ views
    Did President Bush intentionally mislead this nation and its allies into war? Or is it his critics who have misled Americans, recasting history to discredit him and his policies? If your responses are reflexive and self-assured, read on. On Nov. 20, the Tribune began an inquest: We set out to assess the Bush administration's arguments for war in Iraq. We have weighed each of those nine arguments against the findings of subsequent official investigations by the 9/11 Commission, the Senate Intelligence Committee and others. We predicted that this exercise would distress the smug and self-assured--those who have unquestioningly supported, or...
  • Bush's Lies (Barbra Streisand's Holiday Message To Her Fans)

    12/23/2005 6:25:46 PM PST · by presidio9 · 73 replies · 1,497+ views
    I will be taking a break from posting any new statements until after the New Year. Have a happy holiday! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bush's Lies ...Barbra Streisand Posted on December 19, 2005 Bush’s Lies On December 14, 2005 Bush gave a speech concerning the situation we are facing in Iraq. Recently, public support for the war has plummeted (the latest CBS news poll shows that 60% of Americans support decreasing our troop levels or bringing our troops home now) and the President has endured record low approval ratings. Finally the country is beginning to vocalize their anger and disapproval for the dishonest...
  • Hussein, "White House No. 1 Liar in the World

    12/22/2005 12:58:26 PM PST · by SaxxonWoods · 64 replies · 1,137+ views
    CNN ^ | December 22, 2005 | Aneesh Raman
    Hussein charged Thursday that the Bush administration lied when it claimed there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, just at it lied by disputing his claims of being beaten. "The White House lies once more," Hussein said, "the No. 1 liar in the world. They said in Iraq, there is chemicals, and there is a relation to terrorism, and they announced later we couldn't find any of that in Iraq.
  • Question regarding poll(s) of the "Bush lied" mantra

    12/22/2005 12:37:03 PM PST · by dotnetfellow · 6 replies · 519+ views
    Does anyone know of any poll(s) regarding this propaganda campaign the defeatocrats have going on suggesting that Bush lied/misled/yada? I was wondering if there was any polls that showed how well/poorly this mantra was catching on to the average American. Links would be appreciated.

    12/21/2005 12:23:46 PM PST · by robowombat · 47 replies · 1,665+ views ^ | December 21, 2005 | Craig Roberts
    THE ENEMY WITHIN: COMMUNISTS IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING Craig Roberts December 21, 2005 I currently live in a rural Oklahoma county, one that is heavily Democrat Party populated. Almost all of my neighbors, mostly farmers and ranchers, are life-long Democrats. Every one of them are great folks, and more importantly, very patriotic Americans. We seldom discuss politics, but when we do it generally has to do with some “stupid law” that “those people in Washington” come up with that hurts agriculture, the price of beef, the price of fuel, or federal regulations that keep farmers and ranchers from earning a...
  • Now President Bush is Lying: Why?

    12/20/2005 8:21:20 PM PST · by PlainOleAmerican · 217 replies · 4,896+ views ^ | Dec 20, 2005 | JB Williams
    In the President’s address to the nation Sunday the 18th, 2005, he made this statement, “It is true that Saddam Hussein had a history of pursuing and using weapons of mass destruction. It is true that he systematically concealed those programs, and blocked the work of U.N. weapons inspectors. It is true that many nations believed that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. But much of the intelligence turned out to be wrong.” This is the confession many Americans have been demanding for years now and for what-ever reason, the President decided to make this confession before the world community...
  • None Dare Call It Conspiracy

    12/09/2005 10:10:03 PM PST · by harpu · 9 replies · 741+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 12/10/05 | MORTON KELLER
    Variations of "Bush lied" have been part of the political scene ever since America plunged into its permanent overseas embroilment in the Second World War. Reviewing that record won't settle the current dispute over how and why we got into Iraq. But it should remind us that George W. Bush's accusers are hardly walking in fresh snow. The charge that FDR knew of the Japanese intention to attack Pearl Harbor, but used it to ensure U.S. entry into the war against the Axis, surfaced after 1945, when the war was over, FDR was dead, and the decks were cleared for...
  • “Bush Lied About WMD” — retort

    12/07/2005 12:26:40 PM PST · by Retain Mike · 57 replies · 2,670+ views
    George Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction. I quote, “We have known for years that Saddam Hussein is seeking and developing WMD’s. Iraq’s search for WMD’s has proven impossible to deter and we should assume it will continue as long as Saddam is in power. He has systematically violated, over the course of the past 11 years, every significant UN resolution that demanded he disarm and destroy his chemical and biological weapons, and any nuclear capacity. The last UN weapons inspectors left Iraq in October of 1998. We are confident that Saddam Hussein retains some stockpiles of chemical and...
  • The (Very) Big Lie

    11/19/2005 5:51:30 PM PST · by neverdem · 86 replies · 4,164+ views
    U.S.News & World Report ^ | 11/28/05 | Michael Barone
    It is said that a big lie can work if it is repeated often enough. For weeks, leading Democrats have been hammering away at the Big Lie that George W. Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction in Saddam Hussein's Iraq. Starting on Veterans Day, Bush, Dick Cheney, and others in the administration embarked on a "pushback," arguing that Bush--and many leading Democrats, including some now part of the Big Lie campaign--accurately characterized the intelligence at the time. Bush, Cheney, and the administration have the truth on their side. Exhaustive and authoritative examinations of the prewar intelligence, by the bipartisan...
  • Rosen: Liars lying about lies (liberal media, democrats in Congress, liberals and leftists)

    12/02/2005 2:57:51 AM PST · by ajolympian2004 · 27 replies · 1,909+ views
    Rocky Mountain News column ^ | Friday December 2nd, 2005 | Mike Rosen
    Liars lying about lies, by Mike Rosen Vice President Dick Cheney gave a speech on Nov. 21 at the American Enterprise Institute defending the administration's Iraq policy. This was part of a long overdue counterattack against the tactics of the president's political critics and their allies in the liberal media. Cheney made a particular point of setting the record straight about his criticism of some of the critics. He said, "Several days ago, I commented briefly on some recent statements that have been made by some members of Congress about Iraq. Within hours of my speech, a report went out...
  • Biden Admits to Seeing Same Pre War Intel That Administration Did.

    11/28/2005 6:51:26 PM PST · by ArmyBratproud · 99 replies · 3,709+ views
    MSNBC Meet the Press ^ | November 27, 2005 | Tim Russert, Sen. Joseph Biden
    On this past Sunday morning's interview with Tim Russert on Meet The Press, Democrat Senator Joe Biden stumbled and bumbled an admission towards the end of the interview. When Russert forced the question about Senators seeing the section of the National Intel Estimate that listed a caviat from the State Department questioning some of the intel, Biden got trapped. As hard as he tried to avoid it, he ended up giving an answer that shows that he and other Dems saw the same pre war intel as Bush. And he admitted that it was before the vote on the war....
  • Bush is lying about old deception (Al Jazeera repeating Dem talking points)

    11/27/2005 7:42:45 AM PST · by FairOpinion · 36 replies · 757+ views
    Al Jazeera ^ | Nov. 27, 2005 | Al Jazeera editorial
    The American President seems in a collision course with his country; with his presidency rolling steadily downhill, as Americans start to rub sleep away from their eyes, and numerous polls show a sharp decline in his approval ratings, which have reached an unprecedented level. Amid raucous debate in Congress about an exit strategy from Iraq, Americans have become increasingly angry at their President’s policy. Not only has he deceived his people, Congress and the world about the reasons for invading Iraq; he is now deceiving them about the deceptions. “In a burst of political tantrums, the president and the vice...
  • Is Bush lying about his lies? (GREELEY ALERT)

    11/25/2005 10:52:01 AM PST · by Chi-townChief · 32 replies · 1,198+ views
    Not only did the Bush administration deceive the American people about the reasons for invading Iraq, it is now deceiving them about the deceptions. In a burst of political tantrums, the president and the vice president have shouted that it was "irresponsible" to assert that there had been deception and it was unfair to the troops fighting in Iraq. Is the administration lying about its lies? That many of the arguments in favor of the war were false is beyond question. Nor can there be any serious doubt that the new argument that it is irresponsible to question the old...
  • Facts of War: Yes, there were connections between Saddam Hussein and the 9/11 bad guys. (GREAT ONE)

    11/19/2005 12:55:30 PM PST · by new yorker 77 · 75 replies · 2,894+ views
    The National Review ^ | November 18, 2005 | Mark Levin
    What is this baloney that there were no connections between Iraq and Osama bin Laden? Even the 9/11 Commission Report, which I believe is lacking in many respects, includes some useful findings all but ignored today by the media and war critics. Consider the following excerpts: Page 61:Bin Ladin was also willing to explore possibilities for cooperation with Iraq, even though Iraq's dictator, Saddam Hussein, had never had an Islamist agenda — save for his opportunistic pose as a defender of the faithful against 'Crusaders' during the Gulf War of 1991. Moreover, Bin Ladin had in fact been sponsoring anti-Saddam...
  • Dems look to impeachment '06

    11/18/2005 6:53:55 AM PST · by teddyballgame · 107 replies · 3,161+ views ^ | 11/18/05 | Mort Kondrake
    November 18, 2005 Will Democratic Charges That Bush 'Lied' Lead To His Impeachment? By Mort Kondracke The 2006 election is shaping up to be a bitterly fought referendum on President Bush - to the point where, if Democrats win, they just might impeach him. The "I-word" so far is mainly tossed around in the left-wing blogosphere: Barbra Streisand is calling for impeachment on her Web site, for example, as is an unofficial "progressive" site called But Democratic accusations that Bush lied to get the United States into the Iraq war would seem to lead logically to demands for his...
  • 'I think it's a lie to say that the president lied'

    11/17/2005 5:33:05 AM PST · by conservativecorner · 14 replies · 916+ views
    US News & World Report ^ | Nov. 14, 2005 | Michael Barone
    That is what John McCain said in response to Bob Schieffer's question on Face the Nation yesterday, "Do you believe it is unpatriotic to criticize the administration's Iraq policy?" Here's McCain's reply in full: Michael Barone is a senior writer for U.S.News & World Report and principal coauthor of The Almanac of American Politics. He has written for many publications — including the Economist and the New York Times. More from Michael Barone "No, I think it's a very legitimate aspect of American life to criticize and to disagree and to debate. But I want to say I think it's...
  • Dems lied to get us into war!

    11/16/2005 2:26:28 PM PST · by rightalien · 13 replies · 844+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 11 16 05 | J. James Estrada
    A funny thing happened on the way to democracy in Iraq. Democrats who voted against our entry into the first Gulf War, voted for the war resolution this time around. Why? They were certain that WMDs would be uncovered and President Bush would be hailed for making the world safer, removing a brutal dictator from power, and establishing a democracy in a vital part of the world. They couldn’t allow Bush to get all the credit! After all, they are the ones who made the case for war during the Clinton administration. In truth, they made the case dishonestly and...
  • Jonah Goldberg: Harry’s Mirage (Dems' Iraq lies)

    11/16/2005 1:23:43 PM PST · by NutCrackerBoy · 11 replies · 1,178+ views
    National Review Online ^ | November 16, 2005 | Jonah Goldberg
    In Washington, soft-spokenness is often confused for intelligence and subtlety. We're so accustomed to shouting that when someone whispers we assume there must be something more thoughtful in the offing. A case in point is Harry Reid, the Senate minority leader. Just the other day he told reporters, "There's a dark cloud hanging over the White House." Then, to clarify this obscure metaphor, he added gravely, "It's really a storm cloud." One expects more Solomonic nuance from the man any day now: "Something's fishy in the White House. And by that I mean the White House really smells much like...
  • Did Bush Lie? Ask Google

    11/16/2005 4:31:16 PM PST · by boughtwithaprice · 12 replies · 858+ views
    Tech Central Station ^ | 11/14/2005 | Bryan Preston
    President Bush came out swinging on Veterans Day in a speech accusing his Democratic war critics of re-writing history. Some war critics have mounted a campaign against him by boiling the entire pre-war history and post-invasion violence down to a two-word phrase: "Bush Lied". They say he lied us into war by distorting intelligence about weapons of mass destruction to convince Americans to fight an unnecessary war. The "Bush Lied" accusation is, if true, an indictment of the entire war itself, and one could reasonably argue we should cut our losses and get out of it. The president could have...
  • Did Hillary lie America into war? (Tenet was Dems' Guy)

    11/16/2005 12:58:45 PM PST · by DeweyCA · 11 replies · 746+ views ^ | Nov 16, 2005 | Terence Jeffrey
    It was a powerful argument for war made by a politician with long years of experience in the White House. "(I)ntelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery capability and his nuclear program," said this national leader. "(I)f left unchecked," the politician argued, "Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capability to wage biological and chemical warfare and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons. Should he succeed in that endeavor, he could alter the political and security landscape of the Middle East, which as we know all too...
  • New Documents Reveal Saddam Hid WMDs, Was Tied to Al Qaida

    11/16/2005 9:32:41 AM PST · by Ben Mugged · 140 replies · 5,676+ views
    News Max ^ | Nov. 16, 2005 | Carl Limbacher
    Recently discovered Iraqi documents now being translated by U.S. intelligence analysts indicate that Saddam Hussein's government made extensive plans to hide Iraq's weapons of mass destruction before the U.S. invasion in March 2003 - and had deep ties to al Qaida before the 9/11 attacks. The explosive evidence was discovered among "millions of pages of documents" unearthed by the Iraq Survey Group weapons search team, reports the Weekly Standard's Stephen Hayes. In the magazine's Nov. 21 issue, Hayes reveals that the document cache now being examined contains "a thick stew of reports and findings from a variety of [Iraqi] intelligence...
  • In leading the US to war, did Bush purposely lie to the public?

    11/15/2005 5:13:13 PM PST · by Dubya · 11 replies · 673+ views
    csmonitor ^ | November 16, 2005 | John Hughes
    SALT LAKE CITY - My travels set me down on Veterans' Day last week in charming Plymouth, Mass. The sky was a clear blue. The ocean sparkled under a warm autumn sun. White-hulled boats bobbed gently at anchor in the harbor. Families strolled. Children played. It was a bucolic scene. Plymouth is rich in historical significance for Americans, for it was the site of the first permanent settlement of Europeans in 1620. So today tourists snap pictures of Plymouth Rock, enshrined on the seashore as a symbol of freedom. Over the years it probably has been more photographed than any...