Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Rather Pathetic

Atrios has an important story concerning a report revealing massive dishonesty and politically-motivated lying on an issue of the greatest importance. It's one you won't read about on the sites of the weenie-wagging Keyboarders, because it doesn't involve Debbil Dan Rather. And the word "accountability" will never escape the lips of the weenie waggers, unless it's in the context of the fantasy that Bush was mislead to the conclusion that he directed his stooges to reach.

Four months after Charles A. Duelfer, who led the weapons hunt in 2004, submitted an interim report to Congress that contradicted nearly every prewar assertion about Iraq made by top Bush administration officials, a senior intelligence official said the findings will stand as the ISG's final conclusions and will be published this spring.

President Bush, Vice President Cheney and other top administration officials asserted before the U.S. invasion in March 2003 that Iraq was reconstituting its nuclear weapons program, had chemical and biological weapons, and maintained links to al Qaeda affiliates to whom it might give such weapons to use against the United States.

Thousands of Americans and tens of thousands of Iraqis have died because of this fraud on the public. Put down your feces, Keyboarders, and say it with me: Bush lied, many thousands died.

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