Yeah, Gene, I gotta mostly agree. Except the Bush/Cheney thing where I would instead say that in fact Bush restrained Cheney about a dozen times at least (on account of they were controlled by different lobbies, to an extent). But yeah, as for the rest of your comments, this article is true in precisely the way that Powell stated to the UN "these here utterly ordinary reefer trucks are mobile biological weapons sites". A total, utter load of hogwash. In this case, the hog is being washed by the Zio-genocide machine. Pork, pork, pork. Gobble, gobble, gobble.
The underlying article exhibits as much hysteria as Michael Shermer and his crowd about Intlligent Design. Six instances of "support" in its various tenses further the "theory" (3 instances) of "suspicious" (3 instances) movements.
I direct eeryone to Shermer's article/video. I haven't watched it, because I read his drivel over a year ago. I'm sure it's filled chock full with "might have"s, "experts believe" (oops, they're not supposed to "believe", are they?), "could have"s, "data infers"'s, ad infinitum.
All of this about "an award winning journalist" (and we know who awards, don't we?), who apparently "said in 2004 that his sources confirmed that Saddam Hussein’s WMDs were in Syria". Apparentl;y "A Pentagon document (conveniently undated) "reveals that an Iraqi dissident reported that 50 trucks crossed the border on March 10, 2003, and that his sources in Syria confirmed they carried WMD."
Right. George W. -may he rot in hell - Bush...no, Dick Cheney (since HE really ran Bush) had information that "IRAQI WMD" (gasp!) was in Syria in '03, a *&^R$%# REPORTER "reports it in '04, and CHENEY does nothing???
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