August 12, 2005

Saddam and Al Quaida

Yep, there were no ties between Al-Quaida and Saddam...EVERYBODY KNOWS that. The 9/11 Commission said so.

Of course, a court of law that deals with evidence rather than politics, has found differently.

And when Dick Cheney was castigated and called a liar when he responded with "we don't know" when questioned about possible Saddam/Al Quaida ties in 2003. Seems that honestly not knowing at the time was a lie according to the Moonbats; after all, their leaders KNEW that there were no ties, and who can question the leaders? (as long as their statements attack Republican officials) Well, information has come to light to answer that question of ties...within the Iraqi regime's intelligence dept. documents themselves:

..."The goal of the meeting, according to the memo's author, was to discuss "the future of our relationship with him, bin Laden, and to achieve a direct meeting with him." The individual coming to Baghdad, the memo continued, may represent "a way to maintain contacts with bin Laden".

Take those two sources together and I don't think that any honest person can any longer deny the link of Saddam to Terrorism, and in (at the least indirectly)posing a grave threat to the U.S. with his support of groups like Al-Quaida, Hamas, and a number of others.

In looking who was steering the conclusions (of the Commission), we seem to find the architechs of the policies that led to the 9/11 disaster being the foxes guarding the henhouse.

Posted by Delftsman3 at August 12, 2005 04:29 PM | TrackBack

We've had this info for a long time, Delfts.

The real question is why the media refuses to report it.


Posted by: RightWingRocker at August 13, 2005 12:35 AM

There are a lot of similarities between the 9/11 commission and the Warren commission, both ostensibly formed to find facts but in reality to cover up and fix blame. Now, as back then, all the politicians want to do is point fingers rewrite the historical events to make themselves look good. While the security systems in place had their hands tied by political correctness, corrupt dealings and the deferring sovereignty matters to the UN or the Hague for foreign resolution by the past liberal administrations. The media can be held accountable for a lot of our security woes wherein they leak state secrets to our enemies then obfuscate any attempts to provide national security through their so called investigative reporting. Meanwhile we as a nation have to wait until some pubic headed judge steeped in international law rules that we can defend our people. This whole commission is nothing more than a costly witch hunt.

Posted by: Jack at August 13, 2005 02:42 AM
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