Thursday, July 10, 2003

US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has stated that the war on Iraq wasn't declared over new evidence of Weapons of Mass Destruction, but because it saw existing evidence of weapons programs "in a dramatic new light" following the 9/11 attacks. That's funny, I thought they said it was because of new intelligence of WMD. You know, the uranium that Hussein bought from Africa? Oh, yeah. That was "bad" information. But what about the mobile chemical weapons facilities that US Secretary of State Colin Powell showed us pictures of right before the war? That's right, even he didn't believe they showed anything of significance. With all this backpedalling, pretty soon they are going to claim that the war never happened. And most of us will choose to believe that.

And the sheep goes, "baah!"


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