The same old nothing

February 10th, 2003 – 9:40 pm
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“Are we really supposed to believe that the U.S. captured, on tape, a conversation between two Iraqi military personnel that not only shows them trying to hide forbidden mobile units, but also describing it in detail? C’mon, guys, you can do better than that! And what about that murky ‘Al Ansar’ group in ‘northern Iraq,’ where terrorist cadres are supposedly training to poison New York City’s water supply, or something like that? This fairy tale might be convincing if only their alleged location wasn’t a region fully under the control of our allies, the Kurds, and easily reachable without invading that portion of Iraq still under Saddam’s control.”

When Secretary of State Colin Powell made his presentation to the U.N. Security Council last week, he was supposed to finally be laying out the evidence for why Iraq needed to be attacked. Instead, it was just a mix of the same old lies and some new half-truths. Justin Raimondo, from, does his usual great job of taking the War Party to task.

Read his column here.

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