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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

No WMDS, that's not what they said then....

4 Comments:

  • At 3:50 PM, Blogger ludlow said…

    So I'm confused - what was the point of that? I did enjoy listening to it for what it's worth.

    I'm not sure who questions the bipartisian effort to go into Iraq back when we did, but the problem is I think you want the story to end there - but it doesn't - for two reasons.

    1) The intelligence was awful as we have now uncovered. For the most part, problems have been identified in that system - so point closed. For the record, that wasn't Bush's fault. ...or I don't think so anyways.

    2) We were wrong. There were not WMD's. Okay fine - but when you piss your pants, don't pass it off as water. Just admit up to it and work on ways to fix the problem. To my knowledge, our faithful president STILL has not done that.

     
  • At 11:59 AM, Blogger NDwalters said…

    Intelligence system? That be a good one. The CIA entrusted with intel, when those smug asses didn't know the Berlin Wall was coming down til plaster and bricks hit them in the head. Saw the Good Sheperd and it was a sleeper. Sleeper, as in it put me to sleep.

    Kev, one question, even if we didn't find WMDs, why did ole Saddam have blue prints on the latest designs to build some? And if he had nothing, why did he block inspectors to prove his innocence? Any good cop knows, if you hide something even it may be nothing, it draws beaucoup suspicion.

    OK, nuff politics. This is my laid back weekend.

     
  • At 9:00 PM, Blogger ludlow said…

    And if he had nothing, why did he block inspectors to prove his innocence? Any good cop knows, if you hide something even it may be nothing, it draws beaucoup suspicion.

    That's not true. I hide stuff all of the time for the sole purpose that I don't want to be bullied - even if I have nothing to hide. My feeling is it's no one elses business what I have. You feel the same way. You might think he shouldn't have felt that way, but you'd be wrong.

    -K

     
  • At 8:21 PM, Blogger Marshall Art said…

    Of course, Ludlow, you didn't have over a dozen resolutions compelling you to comply.

     

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