Friday, November 03, 2006

The Left lied, people died

All these years, I've seen those goofballs on the Left with their bumper-sticker mentality, chanting "Bush lied, people died". It seems they heard, somewhere, somehow, President Bush say that Saddam Hussein had been in possession of weapons of mass destruction, and that Saddam was unlawfully pursuing his goal of becoming a nuclear power. This was picked up and run with, as though the evidence always had run counter to Bush's words. And the so-called Mainstream Media (MSM) had a field day with the anti-Bush, anti-war meme. The New York Times itself spent pages and pages printing out secrets which they had no need to expose, which, ultimately, cost us a vital tool or two in our efforts to protect this country and her allies from terrorists. The Times has become the Word of God for the Godless.

Well, I guess that even the NYT is seeing its chickens come home to roost. Else, why would they be running an article with these words?:
Among the dozens of documents in English were Iraqi reports written in the 1990s and in 2002 for United Nations inspectors in charge of making sure Iraq had abandoned its unconventional arms programs after the Persian Gulf war. Experts say that at the time, Mr. Hussein’s scientists were on the verge of building an atom bomb, as little as a year away.
Maybe they're so convinced that the Democrats have this upcoming election in the bag, they don't have to bury the truth any more. They're perfectly happy to leak more secrets, even if those secrets support the claims of the warmonging Rethuglicans. Because they really can't have it both ways. Either Bush was telling the truth about Saddam's nuclear ambitions, or he wasn't. Either Saddam was planning to get his nukes, or he wasn't. If Saddam was working toward nuclear bombs, Bush was telling the truth, and this country should breathe a collective sigh of relief that Chimpy McBusHitler was willing to act on principle and stop that sonofabitch before he sank us under a mushroom cloud. In which case, the Democrats, and their foaming-at-the-mouth supporters at Kos and DU, have some 'splainin' to do, for trying to stop the POTUS from protecting us.

Anyway, the Left has fought tooth and nail to deny basic facts -- that Saddam was a bad, bad evil man who intended ill against us all -- and now, their newspaper of rectu - um, er, record has decided to undermine both the Pentagon and the far left loonies, in one swell foop.

So, pardon me if I find myself torn between doing the happy dance and shaking my fist demanding prosecutions for the leakers -- and, as the evidence indicates much of the trouble lies within the United Nations' IAEA, the withdrawal of the US from that "august" body, withdrawal from the UN might be a bonus action. I'd like to see them all strung up for endangering innocent lives. But I'm glad to see somebody at the NYT publishing some truth, for once.

I suppose the proper actions would be to shake their hands, then shoot them.

Update: Wow, wow, and triple wow!

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