Friday, November 03, 2006

Iraq Nukes

The NYT has shot itself in the foot. Yes, George Bush was Right! Saddam would have had nuclear weapons within the year if we did not invade Iraq. The left is so blind with hate that they forgot about the 'lie" Bush told. I hope this story gets to all Republican's out there. Vote on Tuesday please! We can keep the congress and senate if we all show up. We need to keep Reed and Pelosi as minority leaders. We can't afford to let them have power.

From Michelle Malkin on Rep. Pete Hoekstra's statement here:

"These documents also raise several additional issues of interest. First, it is extraordinary that the New York Times now acknowledges that the captured documents demonstrate that '[Saddam] Hussein's scientists were on the verge of building an atom bomb, as little as a year away.' This only reinforces the value of these documents in understanding the threat posed by Saddam Hussein's regime. Only 1 percent of the estimated 120 million pages of captured documents have been reviewed, and we must continue working to promptly understand these materials. If there is concern about Saddam's nuclear program, there should be similar concern about potential connections between Saddam and al-Qaeda suggested in the documents.

"Second, my staff's preliminary review of the documents in question suggests that at least some of them may be internal IAEA documents. There is a serious question of why and how the Iraqis obtained these documents in the first place. We need to explore that carefully - I certainly hope there will be no evidence that the IAEA had been penetrated by Saddam's regime.

"Finally, it is disappointing but not surprising that the New York Times would continue to participate in such blatant and transparent political ploys, including what I believe are improper efforts by the IAEA to interfere with U.S. domestic affairs. The sad reality is that the New York Times has done far more damage to U.S. national security by the disclosure of vital, classified, intelligence programs than is likely to be caused by the inadvertent disclosure of decades-old information that had already been in the hands of Saddam's regime."

I'm glad to see someone is taking it out on the NYT and their treason.

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