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  • The Good Ship Fitzgerald is Listing

    05/14/2006 9:45:13 AM PDT · by the Real fifi · 90 replies · 3,030+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 5/14/06 | Clarice Feldman
    While the media focuses on handwritten notations by the Vice President on a newspaper article, there is much more to be gleaned from late Friday’s court filings in the Libby case. The spin says that damaging new evidence has surfaced. But the filings by Fitzgerald reveal how rapidly his case is sinking. Discovery in legal cases is rather like playing the old game “Battleship” where you can surmise from your opponent’s responses to your blind probes where he is hiding his fleet. So you can sink it. Scooter Libby’s legal team is playing the game masterfully and as the latest...
  • Bush Didn't Mislead on War, Adviser Says (Hadley Hits Back)

    11/13/2005 10:54:42 PM PST · by indianrightwinger · 6 replies · 1,093+ views
    Bush Didn't Mislead on War, Adviser Says By DOUGLASS K. DANIEL, Associated Press Writer Sun Nov 13,10:16 PM ET WASHINGTON - While admitting "we were wrong" about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, President Bush's national security adviser on Sunday rejected assertions that the president manipulated intelligence and misled the American people. ADVERTISEMENT Bush relied on the collective judgment of the intelligence community when he determined that Iraq's Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, national security adviser Stephen Hadley said. "Turns out, we were wrong," Hadley told "Late Edition" on CNN. "But I think the point that needs to be...
  • ZOT: U.K. Thinktank Report Confirms High Risk For Terrorism In U.K. As A Result Of The War On Iraq

    07/19/2005 12:21:00 AM PDT · by Pat The Postman · 12 replies · 413+ views
    It has been known for some time now that residents of the United Kingdom have gradually come to the opinion that participating in the War On Iraq had led to a higher risk for terrorist attacks in their home country. An official report (the first of a series) from the Chatham House think tank confirms these fears. I make no secret of the fact that I always was a firm opponent of that war, and I myself see in the present report the reflection of one of the dreadful consequences of that invasion. Your comments please.
  • A plea from a senior citizen

    03/31/2005 2:03:38 PM PST · by LastManDancing · 8 replies · 1,185+ views
    I have no idea if this has been posted earlier, made some searches and found nothing. I hope you guys will find it as funny as I do. I am a senior citizen. During the Clinton Administration I had an extremely good and well paying job. I took numerous vacations and had several vacation homes. Since President Bush took office, I have watched my entire life change for the worse. I lost my job. I lost my two sons in that terrible Iraqi War. I lost my homes. I lost my health insurance. As a matter of fact I lost...
  • Two True Pictures of the Terror War

    01/07/2005 3:10:15 PM PST · by swilhelm73 · 11 replies · 821+ views
    LA Times ^ | January 6, 2005 | Max Boot:
    During World War II, Frank Capra made a series of films called "Why We Fight" to rally Americans behind the war effort. Imagine a filmmaker doing that today. Actually, it's impossible to imagine. Hollywood either prefers to stay away from the war on terrorism altogether (the film version of Tom Clancy's "The Sum of All Fears" changed the villains from Islamist extremists to neo-Nazis) or to use it, even in its pre-9/11 form, as a morality play to warn against lost civil liberties (see "The Siege," starring Denzel Washington). The film community — whose exquisite sensibilities are routinely outraged by...
  • Iraq's Sunni President Says Polls Should Go Ahead

    12/01/2004 12:14:19 PM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 6 replies · 419+ views
    Reuters ^ | Wed Dec 1 | Luke Baker and Mussab al-Khairalla
    Iraq's president said on Wednesday that elections should go ahead next month as planned, distancing himself from other leading Sunni Arab politicians who are demanding the polls be postponed due to widespread unrest. Ghazi al-Yawar, a Sunni businessman and tribal elder who was appointed to the largely symbolic post of president in June, is the first prominent Sunni to reject calls for a delay. "We must go ahead with elections, from a legal and a moral point of view," Yawar told a news conference in Baghdad. Iraq's interim constitution, endorsed by the United Nations, says elections must be held by...
  • THE RAW DEAL: Kerry's Shifting Position On Iraq's Ties To Terrorism

    10/05/2004 2:11:06 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 2 replies · 334+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | October 5, 2004
    "John Kerry today contradicted the conclusions of the 9/11 Commission, the Senate Intelligence Report and the Butler Report in denying that contacts existed between Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda. John Kerry has said in the past that Saddam Hussein supported terrorists and called him a 'grave danger.' Now, he is trying to claim that the removal of Saddam Hussein has left the world 'less secure.' John Kerry's incoherence on the security issues facing our country calls into question his ability to lead our nation in the War on Terror." - Steve Schmidt, Bush-Cheney '04 Spokesman The 9/11 Commission: Vice...
  • Kerry Vs. Kerry (Kerry’s Top Ten Iraq Flip FlopsFrom First Debate)

    10/01/2004 11:26:02 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 36 replies · 3,677+ views
    KERRY VS. KERRYKerry’s Top Ten Iraq Flip Flops From First Debate___________________________________________________VIEW THE “KERRY VS. KERRY” DEBATE VIDEO HERE:http://media1.streamtoyou.com/rnc/100104v1.wmvONE: Claimed “I’ll Never Give A Veto To Any Country Over Our Security.”  (Sen. John Kerry, First Presidential Debate, Miami, FL, 9/30/04)ü      Preemption Must Pass “Global Test” First.  “No president, though all of American history, has ever ceded, and nor would I, the right to preempt in any way necessary to protect the United States of America. But if and when you do it, Jim, you have to do it in a way that passes the test, that passes the global test where...
  • The Boston Fog:Kerry Calls The Iraq War A "Mistake" But Says Troops Are Not Dying For A "Mistake"

    10/01/2004 11:16:53 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 11 replies · 871+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | October 1, 2004
    The Boston Fog Report An ongoing examination of John Kerry’s “nuances and shades of gray in both foreign and domestic policy.” (Editorial, “A Primary Endorsement,” The New York Times, 2/26/04)for·a·gainst adverb. 1. To be both for and against something at the same time: e.g. “I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it.” (Glen Johnson, “Kerry Blasts Bush On Protecting Troops,” The Boston Globe, 3/17/04) "John Kerry's troubling record of contradiction and vacillation spiraled into incoherence last night when he said the President 'made a mistake' in invading Iraq but denied our troops in Iraq...
  • The Flips Just Keep On Floppin’!

    09/29/2004 9:18:41 AM PDT · by RWR8189 · 4 replies · 778+ views
    Republican National Committee ^ | September 29, 2004
    Something to Yak About – The Flips Just Keep On Floppin’!Unreal. An advance item in the Early Briefing from Bulletin News Network on John Kerry’s interview with ABC’s Diane Sawyer reveals yet another flip-flop of goliath proportions. When asked whether the war in Iraq was worth it, Kerry reportedly responded, “We should not have gone to war, knowing the information we know today.”?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????The Yak reminds faithful readers of John Kerry’s August 9, 2004 remark at the edge of the Grand Canyon. When asked whether he would support the war “knowing what we now know,” Kerry replied, “Yes, I would have...
  • U.S. tries to retrieve Saddam's millions

    02/10/2004 1:05:41 AM PST · by JohnHuang2 · 2 replies · 180+ views
    Washington Times ^ | Tuesday, February 10, 2004 | By Dafna Linzer
    <p>BERN, Switzerland -- The United States thinks it has found at least $300 million that Saddam Hussein hid in banks, yet it doesn't have enough evidence to get countries such as Syria and Switzerland to hand over the money, U.S. and European officials said.</p>
  • Multiple Tests Confirming Iraq WMD Send Media Into Deep Spin

    01/11/2004 11:56:36 AM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 119 replies · 598+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 1/4/04 | Limbacher
    Mulitple tests conducted in Iraq by Danish and British experts indicate that Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction have finally been discovered, but mainstream news editors either ignored the story Sunday morning or are furiously spinning the news as inconsequential. More than 12 hours after the Fox News Channel, Reuters and the Associated Press carried reports that preliminary tests showed Iraqi mortar shells discovered near Basra contain a deadly liquid blister agent, the New York Times had yet to report the bombshell find on the main page of its Web site – or anywhere in its Sunday morning print edition....
  • Iraqi Scientist tells all

    03/27/2003 7:31:04 AM PST · by Tspud1 · 13 replies · 1,109+ views
    Quincy Herald-Whig ^ | 3/26/03 | Edward Husar
    Scientist says he hid nuclear materials in Iraq 20 years ago Posted Wednesday, March 26, 2003 by Webmaster Gazi George, a consultant for Titan in Quincy, says 39 rods of uranium were hidden in a specially built swimming pool By Edward Husar Herald-Whig Staff Writer A former Iraqi scientist says Iraq is hiding materials that could be used to make nuclear weapons. He knows this because he helped hide some of the materials more than 20 years ago. Gazi George, who lives near Detroit, Mich., and does consulting work in Quincy, fled Iraq in 1981 after helping to hide 39...
  • Leading Iraqi Scientist Says He Lied to U.N. Inspectors

    04/26/2003 8:24:14 PM PDT · by sarcasm · 11 replies · 208+ views
    The New York Times ^ | April 27, 2003 | JUDITH MILLER
    AGHDAD, Iraq, April 26 — Nissar Hindawi, a leading figure in Iraq's biological warfare program in the 1980's, says the stories and explanations he and other scientists told the United Nations about the extent of Iraq's efforts to produce poisons and germ weapons "were all lies."Dr. Hindawi, imprisoned during the final weeks of Saddam Hussein's rule, is now free to talk about his experiences in the program, in which he says he was forced to work from 1986 to 1989 and again sporadically until the mid-1990's. Iraq, as it belatedly acknowledged, he says, "produced huge quantities" of liquid anthrax and...
  • Kay finds Botulinum at home of a known biological weapons scientist!

    10/02/2003 4:55:17 PM PDT · by Republican Red · 39 replies · 357+ views
    On biological weapons, a single vial of a strain of botulinum, a poison that can be used as a weapon, located at the home of a known biological weapons scientist
  • Freeper Quiz: Who made this statement?

    10/12/2003 3:58:59 AM PDT · by The Raven · 20 replies · 228+ views
    Snopes ^ | Oct 5, 2003 | Snopes
    "I am keenly aware that the proliferation of chemical and biological weapons is an issue of grave importance to all nations. Saddam Hussein has been engaged in the development of weapons of mass destruction technology which is a threat to countries in the region and he has made a mockery of the weapons inspection process. "The responsibility of the United States in this conflict is to eliminate weapons of mass destruction, to minimize the danger to our troops and to diminish the suffering of the Iraqi people. The citizens of Iraq have suffered the most for Saddam Hussein's activities; sadly,...
  • ZOT! You are boring us

    05/16/2003 1:32:54 PM PDT · by redleif · 30 replies · 300+ views
    Lowcountry Now | Friday, May 2, 2003 | John David Rose
  • French Wine Sales Down In United States

    05/06/2003 5:21:50 PM PDT · by concentric circles · 133 replies · 355+ views
    Wine Spectator ^ | April 30, 2003 | Dana Nigro
    How much have poor Franco-American relations affected sales of French wine in the United States? With some wine drinkers and politicians boycotting Bordeaux and Burgundy ever since France opposed war in Iraq, anecdotal reports from individual retailers, restaurateurs and wine producers indicated that French wines were taking a hit. Finally, some hard numbers are now available. According to data provided by Information Resources Inc., which tracks retail purchases in the United States, sales of French table wine were indeed off in late February and March. French wine sales have declined over the past year, but the recent drop is more...
  • Matters of Emphasis

    04/29/2003 2:26:29 PM PDT · by Carthago delenda est · 3 replies · 72+ views
    The New York Times ^ | April 29, 2003 | Paul Krugman
    We were not lying," a Bush administration official told ABC News. "But it was just a matter of emphasis." The official was referring to the way the administration hyped the threat that Saddam Hussein posed to the United States. According to the ABC report, the real reason for the war was that the administration "wanted to make a statement." And why Iraq? "Officials acknowledge that Saddam had all the requirements to make him, from their standpoint, the perfect target." A British newspaper, The Independent, reports that "intelligence agencies on both sides of the Atlantic were furious that briefings they gave...
  • EU's party for new 10 crashed by war in Iraq (Everybody is in a foul mood!)

    04/17/2003 3:05:55 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 8 replies · 196+ views
    IHT ^ | 04/16/03 | Frank Bruni
    EU's party for new 10 crashed by war in Iraq Frank Bruni/NYT The New York Times Wednesday, April 16, 2003 ATHENS The road from the airport into the heart of this city is lined with the flags of the European Union: not only the 15 countries in the club, but also the 10 whose leaders will sign accession treaties here Wednesday. The signing ceremony, at the foot of the Acropolis, represents a milestone in the Union's largest expansion, and the flags are a testament to that - the symbolic assertion of a stronger, more integrated Europe. But at the end...