Democrats Admit: Saddam Harbored Terrorists

Just hours after Senator Clinton dropped out of the
race, and the news cycle was swamped with never-ending coverage of the
inevitable doing the inevitable something was released under the radar.

 

Back in 2004 the Senate Intelligence Committee began an
investigation into pre-war intelligence regarding Saddam’s regime, the
threat it posed, and how the intelligence was handled.  Democrats on
the committee did their best to politicize the investigation and give
it the appearance of a precursor to impeachment of President Bush under
some sort of Bush Lied conspiracy theory.  They did this for purely
political purposes despite being contrary to national interests.  Again
and again the committee came out with report after report.  Each report
showed that the problems with pre-war intelligence regarding Saddam’s
regime was not some grand conspiracy by a President who can barely read
a teleprompter, but rather the result of bad intelligence from agencies
that were as on the ball in 2002 and 2003 as they were on 9/11/2001;
they were out of touch, undermanned, ill-equipped, budget constrained,
and bureaucratically strangled.

In October of 2006, on the eve of the midterm elections, Senate
minority leader Harry Reid pulled a big political PR stunt and ordered
the doors of the Senate closed to discuss the classified elements of
the investigation.  Publicly, he claimed it wasn’t a stunt, but rather
that the Bush Administration was holding up the committee’s report to
avoid embarassment and to skew the upcoming elections.  In those
elections, Democrats took over the House, the Senate, and the
Committee, then…instead of releasing it, they sat on it for almost two
years.  Why?  Because they didn’t want the reality to make the news:
that it was Democrats who were deliberately misleading the American
people about the casus belli for the invasion of Iraq: the threat of an
Iraqi/Al Queda WMD attack on the United States.

Now, when everyone else was watching Hillary’s 1/2 hour speech again
and again and again, on 3 cable networks and every other news outlet,
the Democratic-controlled committee released the final report on
pre-war intelligence about Saddam’s regime.   In that report…they
finally admit that YES

Saddam’s regime was in fact harboring Al Queda groups and leaders, meeting with Al Queda groups and leaders, and more.
Thomas Joeclnyfires
the first shot at sinking the “no connections” lie that the Democratic
Party has deliberately created and perpetuated for their political
gains at national expense.  Naysayers will point to the source as
partisan, but the article cited gives plenty of quotes in proper
context for one to form an unbiased opinion, and to see with clarity
that the real misleading regarding the war in Iraq, hasn’t come from
the Bush Administration’s 6months of pre-war rhetoric, but from the
Democratic Party’s leaders and flag bearers over the past 66 months.

 

 

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