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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Bush Was Right


Bush was right and that is all there is to it. He is/was a man of vision, character and conviction. Not that he can light a candle to President Reagan but he has the same trait of refusing to go with the flow or change directions as the wind blows.

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If there is one single faulty trait that President Bush has is the eerie inability or a conscience choice to not protect himself. My father taught me better than that. Then again, I grew up in NYC and that is a far cry from growing up in Texas.

Regardless, knowing the people that I know and being in places that most couldn't find on a map, there are those of us that know beyond a shadow or reasonable doubt that Saddam's Iraq was indeed capable of developing and possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction. Some would argue that it all depends on what the definition of Weapons of Mass Destruction "is".

It is also common knowledge that Saddam Hussein was heavily involved in financing and participating in global terrorist operations. The problem is, no one cares any more or, so it seems. It is election season in the USA now and to bring up this subject is anathema.

It doesn't matter that President Clinton knew; it doesn't matter that the politicians denying the WMD issue now proclaimed to the world that which they knew before. This reminds me of the ancient Truth In Advertisement legislation years ago. As in advertising, truth in politics is an honest man's wet dream.

It wasn't that long ago that 60 Minutes accidentally revealed The Truth and the very fact that The Truth came out should have created a fervor of justification of the War In Iraq, one of the many fronts in the Global War On Terror. It is such a pity that partisan politic trumps National Security and Zell Miller explains it all.

Chad Groening doesn't understand it either and begs the question in a recent article entitled, "New report confirms WMD fears in Iraq were legitimate":
Robert Spencer, one of the nation's leading experts on the Islamic religion, says he doesn't understand why the Bush administration has not jumped on a recent report that confirms former dictator Saddam Hussein intended to reconstitute his weapons of mass destruction.

This is just one report in a long list of reports that the American Lame Stream Media will not allow the general population to hear about. As a Boots On The Ground type, I already know the answer to that.
Robert Spencer, director of Jihad Watch, says the White House should be all over this story. "It's ironic really, that oddly enough the Bush administration -- with so much to lose and so much damage to its credibility over the years because of these allegations -- has not jumped on these kinds of reports and made sure that they came to the broadest audience possible," he ponders.

In the New York Sun recently, this was reported:
How the classified military documents from Iraq, which named the coordinates of where the Army suspected weapons of mass destruction to be hidden, ended up in an Arabic translator's apartment on Hoyt Street in Brooklyn, is clear.
Not likely to be known anytime soon is what, if anything, the army contractor did with the documents.
The U.S. attorney's office in Brooklyn, which is prosecuting the case, appears to have little direct evidence that Noureddine Malki passed information on to the insurgency, either during his time in Iraq in 2003 and 2004, or upon his return to America in 2005. But it has raised the possibility that he may have done so. The government has said Malki regularly called phone numbers connected to insurgents and took bribes of at least $11,500 from Sunni tribal leaders.
The government, prosecutors wrote in one court filing, could "establish that the defendant had an opportunity to provide stolen classified information to anti-coalition forces."
Odd that the Lame Stream Media is so feverishly quiet. Knowing that the American Press - an international embarrassment - is quite at home disclosing National Secrets to the enemy, I am not a bit surprised that the alleged media in America keeps their lips pursed and parsed on the WMD issue.

On Dec 5, 2007, John Loftus, Ryan Mauro, and Dave Gaubatz gave an interview and the following was revealed:
John Loftus, let us begin with you.
Your volunteers at the have been examining the secret documents captured from Saddam -- and it appears that they have solved a large part of the mystery of Saddam's missing WMDs. Correct?
Loftus: Yes, now the truth is beginning to emerge. Saddam's own secret files show that he was lying to the UN, year after year. He told the UN that Iraq had no more WMD after 1991, and would never start those WMD programs again. But his own secret records show that in 2001, 2002, and 2003, Saddam was repeatedly purchasing banned chemicals, covering up radiation leaks, and generally orchestrating a cover-up.
Are the records genuine? We had NSA check the audiotapes to make sure it was Saddam's own voiceprint. It is. Now, why would Saddam and his top aides record all those tapes year after year and hide the forgeries in secret vaults? There are three shelf miles of paper records. What is the point? These are secret internal records, it is not as if he was using them in public to fool the Iranians into thinking he had WMD. These records almost did not even make it onto the light of day. They were buried amid a forest of documents that might not have been reviewed for decades, if ever. I cannot think of any explanation but these are genuine secret archives of Saddam's innermost feelings at his innermost meetings.
Moreover, at the time people like Dave Gaubatz and John Shaw were putting their statements on the record about how the WMD ended up in Syria, they did not know that we would get circumstantial corroboration from Saddam's own files. Statistically, this is beyond the realm of possibility of fabrication.
What's that sound? Crickets.

In my friends' book, Both In One Trench, Ray Robison explains in great detail the threat(s) to the Western World that Saddam's Iraq presented. His interview with yours truly, myself, on American Truth Warriors, can be downloaded here.

Saddam's "paper trail" can be viewed here. The evidence is in existence and if the President does not wish to make waves and desires to play nice-nice in a world of political hacks, so be it. That is not my meme.

With that which is at stake why hide The Truth? We can only suspect that there is going to be one of those "political surprises" soon upon us all. Ask Hillary about political surprises.

Needless to say, Saddam was a Clear and Present Danger. Needless to say, Iran is now and has been for quite some time, a Clear and Present Danger and the phrase CPD is poli-speak for "Danger Will Robison! Danger!"

As more and more data is revealed as the War unfolds, the American Public will come to realize that the War In Iraq, much like the War In Afghanistan, are one in the same and equally justified and the President of the United States acted accordingly to the guidelines so laid out in the Constitution of the United States.

The WMD "issue" is also well known as a contrived issue by the elements on the socialist side of American politics. How soon those elements have either forgotten about - ahem - or just plain and outright ignore the Iraq War Resolution.

The Iraq War Resolution outlines each of every causation of war and WMDs was not on the top of the list.

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