Monday, June 13, 2005

A Reminder Of Danger

By Jack Kelly - Sunday, June 12th, 2005 - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Media memories are short on Iraq

Without a hint of irony, Edith Lederer of The Associated Press reported June 3 that "U.N. satellite imagery experts have determined that material that could be used to make biological or chemical weapons and banned long-range missiles has been removed from 109 sites in Iraq."

We've been told repeatedly by those on the Left -- which includes most journalists -- that "Bush Lied" when he gave the danger posed by Saddam's WMD programs as one of the reasons for going to war with Iraq. Did the United Nations lie, too? Is it lying now?

Where are all the people who keep saying Saddam had no WMD program? It now appears that the U.N. is complaining that the WMD material which didn't exist (according to the media) has been removed from Iraq. How is that possible? How can you remove something that is not there?

Okay, I'll stop being sarcastic. I guess expecting the MSM to acknowledge they lied and Bush didn't is unreasonable.

This does not mean we will not see a nuclear, chemical or biological attack on an American city. It does mean that we still have time to stop it if we keep up pressure and stop Iran from getting the bomb. However with the growing demand we cut and run from Iraq, the chance of seeing a mushroom cloud over an American city is still great.


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