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once again its all down to opinion
the WMD issue has not been resolved.
not that I think anyone accpets that on here, but then again, they have already made up their mind.
Bush's speech was the last of four designed to improve his credibility on the war and boost the public's backing for it.
He offered few qualms about the failure to find any weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
He said foreign intelligence agencies -- including several for governments that didn't back his decision to invade -- also believed before the war that Saddam Hussein possessed such weapons.
He said his administration is changing the U.S. intelligence apparatus to head off future errors.
Bush also contended that Saddam had intended to restart weapons programs.
well faulty intelligence is duh quite frankly , we all know that. But its all abotu saving face. Take a hit for one thing to maintian postion and and be there for something more important.
The question of HOW much Blair and Bush were invloved in gettin the reporst to say what they did is in question because it hasn't yet been proven.
FDid they do it direct or was the agnecies just trying to please the Boss without him knowing? Or did they just make a mistake. I mean unless you have expereince in the intelligence community, its quite hard to say no?
Man Of Kent wrote:
Ah bless, I've just realised that I have my own mention in FTP's signature.
La, la, la, la, la I can't hear you [/fingers in ears]
Anytime that Man of Kent is ready to start saying what he actually thinks instead of playing pointless games, I'm ready to take him off my ignore list.
But ...but ...but how will you know?
piss off monocrat you freak