Re: (OT) My Biggest Mistake in the White House
- From: Clive <clive@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2010 17:23:05 +0100
In message <a_CdnUHQluTnXKPRnZ2dnUVZ_g2dnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, "dbu," <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
The battering would continue, and it was a monument to hypocrisy andIn the UK, Dr. David Kelly (one of the main people from the UK looking for WMD in Iraq) affirmed that there was no reason to suppose that there were any WMD there at all, he was hounded by the government of the day, and subsequently committed suicide, though other doctors visiting the scene of his demise said there was insufficient blood for a suicide and therefore state murder cannot be ruled out. Further, legal advice was given to B'liar about the war being illegal without a second UN resolution, but he choose to ignore it.
cynicism. All these Democrats had said, like Mr. Bush did, that Saddam
Hussein possessed WMD. Of the 110 House and Senate Democrats who voted
in October 2002 to authorize the use of force against his regime, 67
said in congressional debate that Saddam had these weapons. This didn't
keep Democrats from later alleging something they knew was false‹that
the president had lied America into war.
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