For those still in denial about Iraq, Townhall offers some interesting data (hat tip: The Astute Bloggers):
The American Thinker adds:
|Don't Be So Sure There Were No WMD in Iraq -- By Rachel Neuwirth|
The references cited in this article strongly suggest that:
1. WMD did indeed exist inside Iraq before the war.
2. The weapons inspectors were both fooled and bribed to ignore evidence.
3. Massive amounts of WMD were removed to known locations in Syria just prior to the war.
4. Massive numbers of Saddam's audio tapes and paper documents were collected and most remain unavailable and presumably un-translated...
Of course, don't bother to look for these stories and pictures in the New York Times. When the news doesn't fit its agenda, it disappears down the memory hole faster than a Snickers bar vanishes into Rosie O'Donnell's pie-hole.
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