Friday, April 11, 2003

America's Most Trusted Source of News

Apparently, CNN has been keeping secrets about Saddam's regime: The News We Kept to Ourselves. Then why, all this time, has CNN been downplaying the atrocities of that regime, questioning President Bush's policies, and acting like it's taking the moral high ground? 12 years! They knew first hand how vicious and evil they were and acted like Iraq was just another member of the UN, just another member of the world community. All in an effort to appear fair and impartial? They KNEW! They let thousands die rather than say anything about it. They should have pulled out and let the world in on it a long time ago. CNN's new motto: We tell the truth...unless manipulated by our source.

Every time I read that article I get madder. How many others knew and kept their mouth shut, yet spouting off about how evil George Bush is? What a sick world.

The Infidels are Committing Suicide by the Hundreds on the Gates of Baghdad

Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf has alot in common with Nancy Pelosi:

 As Mrs. Pelosi praised the troops, she also said their success was owed "in large measure" to former President Bill Clinton.
     "This best-trained, best-equipped, best-led force for peace in the history of the world was not invented in the last two years. This had a strong influence and strong support during the Clinton years," she said.

Clinton gutted our military and he wanted to cut it more. We have a strong military in spite of Bill Clinton. He was famous for his lack of support of our military. If not for Bill Clinton we could have fought the war in Iraq, Syria, Iran, North Korea, and France (joking) all at the same time with the same results.

Scott Ritter on the Childrens Prison

The prison in question is at the General Security Services headquarters, which was inspected by my team in Jan. 1998. It appeared to be a prison for children - toddlers up to pre-adolescents - whose only crime was to be the offspring of those who have spoken out politically against the regime of Saddam Hussein. It was a horrific scene. Actually I'm not going to describe what I saw there because what I saw was so horrible that it can be used by those who would want to promote war with Iraq, and right now I'm waging peace. Scott Ritter, Time Magazine

Another who KNEW first hand of the atrocities of Saddam Hussein and yet DEFENDED him.

Thanks to Andrew Sullivan and A Small Victory for pointing it out.

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