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Thursday, July 8, 2004
Truth? We don't need no stinkin' truth!

Surprise, surprise. The revelation that Iraq did in fact seek uranium from Niger isn't enough for the Left as Brian Griffin demonstrates.


Bush not "lying" is seen as a victory, but the fact that he had to rely on bullshit evidence that his own people did not know or verify and still have not verified is to all other observers a sign that Bush was incompetent, and was grasping at straws to try and justify his war.

One of three possibilities exist: Bush lied, is and was an idiot, or was incompetent. He could be all three, but I will not go that far. At least not today.

--Cincy Blog


Did he completely miss the part where it said the claims regarding Iraq seeking uranium from Niger were true? President Bush said that the British had learned that Iraq was looking to obtain uranium in Niger. The independent investigation in Britain has determined that the claim is in fact true. Repeating a claim from the British that turns out to be completely true is now an example of being either a liar, incompetent, or an idiot? It was not "bullshit evidence", THE CLAIM WAS TRUE! He took a claim from an ally, a claim that, again, turned out to be factually and in all other ways correct and repeated it. That is not lying. That is not incompetence. That is not idiocy. That is justified trust. There might be a case for incompetence if it weren't for the fact that IT WAS COMPLETELY TRUE!

Nothing will satisfy Brian. President Bush could save a baby from a burning building and he'd just complain that he should have stopped the fire from starting in the first place.

Posted by Rob Bernard on Thursday, July 08, 2004 at 12:51 AM in War/Terrorism/Middle East
 
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