Skewed Intelligence Data in March to War in Iraq

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by zimv20, Oct 2, 2004.

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    Isn't it funny that instead of using proof as a reason to go to war, they had to find proof to support a war they had already decided to wage? Did they really think no one would have a problem with that? Hey, why go after the real criminals in Afganistan when we could blame the already hated Saddam. Who we know has commited other crimes, but now lets say he is ready to attack us because the whole 9/11 connection isn't there after all.

    Figured at first it was a mistake more than a lie, but I'm beginning to wonder as more facts come to light.

    Edit: Oh, and if they didn't listen to Richard Clarke, why would they listen to those guys? They didn't fit in to what the administration wanted. They must be un-American.
     

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