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Here's your connection b/w Iraq and Al Qaeda.http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/004/152lndzv.asp
That may be true, Jer, but the newsroom bias doesn't always go into effect. Most people would consider NPR a liberal network, but it turns out that on their political stories, they have bias of over 60% conservative sources. Biases go both ways.
I just don't buy it. I don't believe that the CIA would be tracking down people simply because they were "anti-american". What is your source?
WOW...what's all this "lets attack Jeremy" crap?!!? Don't for one second underestimate my intelligence or think that I'm so naive as to believe the crap you've been putting out on this thread. You can take your liberal, left winged, "I hate Bush", "conservatives are a bunch of morons" and shove it. At no point have I questioned your intellect in the manner that you (Giraffe) have mine. Yes, encyclopedias are a viable source of information, so the next time you're sitting on the pot squeezing one off while you read A-Z, see if you can find "cocky" in it. I'm betting it reads as follows: Cocky - adj. cock·i·er, cock·i·est ;overly self-confident or self-assertive, one might be referred to as "Giraffe205".
At least if I can dish it, I can take it. And Jeremy you're quite wrong. I don't hate Bush. I dislike any admin. that tries to go to war under false pre-texes, ie. Kennedy, LBJ, it could go on. The point is that you can't dwell on things like this or else you'll be angry your whole life. It does little good. It's great to know one's history and learn your lessons from this. I think that it's important to hold admin's accountable for their actions. You have to take the good w/ the bad. Sure Clinton did horrible things too, but he mainly moved our country in the right direction. If it is overwhelming bad for our country, then vote them out. The problem is that most of the time the public does not really know what's going on. The truth only comes out later after *&^% hits the fan. Look at the case of the Iranian man (I don't know his name) who is possibly linked to Iranian intelligence and gave us all our "irrefutable, 100% accurate intelligence about Iraq (it's the same used in Powell's UN speech). It pretty much looks like the US did Iran one big favor by getting rid of Saddam for them. Who knows, when more info comes out perhaps we can modify our views to reflect new evidence.