“Bush lied about Saddam’s Iraq having WMDs…”
If the World is Sane…then i am Insane.
“Bush lied about Saddam’s Iraq having WMDs…” is probably the second most often used quote in human history (the first would be, “Bush lied!”), and it has only been around for roughly two years. Saddam had used WMDs against the Iranians, and even his own people, but somehow “Bush lied about Saddam’s Iraq having WMDs…”?!? The United Nations (and it’s International Atomic Energy Agency) knew that Saddam had both WMDs and WMD programs, but somehow “Bush lied about Saddam’s Iraq having WMDs…”?!? Heck, Saddam even admitted to having WMDs, but somehow “Bush lied about Saddam’s Iraq having WMDs…”?!?
The Sane World *BAFFLES* the Insane…so to speak.
Well, it now looks like the opponents of President George W. Bush are going to use another ‘L-Word’ (since no one is even able to show any proof – other than “RatherGate” type of forged documents – that “W” has ever lied) in order to bash and blame the Bush “43” Administration with…so to speak of “Looting”.
The New York Times came out with the following article today:
Apparently this so-called “organized looting” came in three waves:
1) “The first wave came for the machines”
2) “The second wave, cables and cranes”
3) “The third wave came for the bricks”
Now, these “machines” were very expensive…machines that were “high-precision equipment capable of making parts for nuclear arms”…machines that “could be used for both military and civilian applications”…machines taken from just the Al Qaqaa included some “800 pieces of chemical equipment”…machines taken from other sites “could be used to make missile parts, chemical weapons or centrifuges essential for enriching uranium for atom bombs”…and, many of the “looted” machines were of the “dual use” type (“for example, a tool to make parts for a nuclear implosion device or for a powerful commercial jet turbine”). i’m not sure when all the known actual WMDs were “looted”, or in which so-called “wave”, but tons of explosives (like at least “377 tons”), tons of known artillery shells, and tons of various chemicals and biological agents also came up missing. BTW, does anyone know what the price of a brick in the Middle East is???
This New York Times article skips all around the *TRUTH* here, whilst tossing in words like “waves”, “organized looting”, “highly organized operation” that had “pinpointed specific plants”, and this “organized looting” of expensive machines and less expensive bricks “occurred in four weeks from mid-April to mid-May of 2003 as teams with flatbed trucks and other heavy equipment moved systematically from site to site. That operation was followed by rounds of less discriminating thievery.” The New York Times seems to expect humble Low and Ignorant Insane swamp hermit me to believe that all this organizing and pinpointing of targets suddenly occurred during the first two or three weeks following the first day (March 20, 2003) of the invasion of Iraq, whilst few imagined that Saddam would lose in less than at least one year, with projections of at least “5000 body bags” needed for the dead American Troops in the first year, and that all of this suddenly planed so-called “looting” would only need about four weeks to complete.
It is common knowledge that the “teams with flatbed trucks and other heavy equipment” (that The New York Times finally addresses in their foolish ‘LOOTING’ article) had been active in Iraq months before March 20, 2003!!! *MONTHS* wasted whilst President George W. Bush wasted time with the United Nations, with giving Saddam a warning, and with dealing with Mainstream Media outlets like The New York Times!!!
Saddam not only had a *MASSIVE* WMD program, he also had a *MASSIVE* amount of WMDs. Where are they??? Why was the “satellite surveillance” leading up to the Iraq invasion ignored by the Mainstream Media, by The New York Times, by the United Nations, and by the Democrat Party’s leadership and their Presidential Canidate?!? Such “satellite surveillance” clearly showed that there was “extensive large-vehicle traffic crossing the Syrian border prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom”!!!
On March 3, 2005, NewsMax.com came out with this article:
The New York Times leads our Mainstream Media ‘Wolf Pack’, and it has taken them roughly ten days to come up with the “looting” Liberal-Theory in a rather weak attempt to keep up with NewsMax…so to speak.
From NewsMax.com – “Shaw’s assertions match the information provided by U.S. military forces that satellite surveillance showed extensive large-vehicle traffic crossing the Syrian border prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom.”
No wonder that Mainstream Media keeps dropping in the media’s ratings!!! No wonder that the likes of a Dan Rather get forced out of their former lofty positions!!! No wonder that The New York Times needs to lie, to both advertisers and potential advertisers about their actual readership numbers!!!