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March 07, 2004

Bush's "needless war" - Accusing the president of "pure, unadulterated fear-mongering," Sen. Edward Kennedy delivers a scathing indictment of the administration's case for invading Iraq. "We don't want the smoking gun to be a mushroom cloud"…

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"Is Lying About The Reason For War An Impeachable offense?” – See our 2003 discourse about “Weapongate”.

March 7, 2004 in Weapongate | Permalink

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And your point is? Bush concedes he was wrong headed, we reinstate Saddam(after watching all of those mass demonstrations demanding it in Iraq) and quietly go home? Am I capturing your point of view correctly? Let's see, in our absence then, no vacuum could possible occur where state sponsored terrorists would, like Abu Nidal, feel comfortable again in Iraq. An we can return to letting the UN(with Libya on the Human Rights Committee, no small irony there) do the nothing they have done for a decade of genocides(the Kurds and Ruwanda come to mind). The UN can again dictate a plan to end terrorism. How sweet.

If Bush is wrong to challenge the order of a failed culture and force democracy externally, then when reviewing history you have failed to notice that the UN and leftists haven't advanced the human condition an iota in the past 50 years.

Your little site has nice topical links, but when you stray into Bush=Hitler you look stupid.

Posted by: emily at Mar 7, 2004 6:46:15 PM

amen, emily.

bless bush's brains for taking the fight to the hood of the failed culture it belongs in. far better than suicide bombers in the streets of manhattan. too many don't get it.

the all-about-oil minions want the clock turned back, saddam in place, afghanistan woman in burqas, and the old order sustained. no hypocisy there!! what's not acceptable to us is good enough for them.

grow-a-brain it isn't.

Posted by: winks at Mar 8, 2004 3:17:44 PM