Tuesday, February 13, 2007

More Trumped-Up Rhetoric For Impending War With Iran

As any good little sheep American who puts their trust in the mainstream media, or as any Democrat could tell you, the pre-Iraq War intel was trumped-up by the Bush administration in order to gain support for the Iraq War. This is evidenced by the fact that 'WMDs were the only reason we went to war' and 'there were no WMDs in Iraq.'

"[T]his Administration was either not being honest with the American people or did not know what was going on in Iraq." (Sen. Hillary Clinton, Letter, 11/29/05)

"Obviously, if we knew then what we know now, there wouldn't have been a vote and I certainly wouldn't have voted that way" - December 2006

John Edwards"...we now know that Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction when our forces invaded Iraq in 2003. The intelligence was deeply flawed and, in some cases, manipulated to fit a political agenda."

"It was a mistake to vote for this war in 2002. I take responsibility for that mistake." - November 2005

Obama"Americans were originally persuaded by the President to go to war in part because of the threat of weapons of mass destruction, and in part because they were told that it would help reduce the threat of international terrorism. Neither turned out to be true." November 2006

Because the Iraq war intel was false. The mainstream American media, Democrats, and moonbats in general have been quick to warn the American public about the Bush Administration's attempts to trump-up intel regarding Iranian involvement in Iraq.

Obama“Again, you start seeing how evidence is blown out of proportion and presented in a way that makes it seem more cumulative than it actually is,” Obama said, “and that makes me concerned for how the administration will approach Iran.”

John Edwards"When [Bush] uses this kind of language ‘options are on the table,’ he does it in a very threatening kind of way — with a country that he’s not engaging with or making any serious diplomatic proposals to. I mean I think that he’s just dead wrong about that."

It looks like this time around, the CIA isn't the source of intelligence for the coming war. It seems Bush's puppets in England are helping him make the case for war with Iran.
Iraqi insurgents using Austrian rifles from Iran

And of course, the blogosphere: example 1, example 2, example 3, example 4, example 5

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