Bush didn’t lie

For the past 5 years the Left’s mantra on Iraq has been that “Bush lied and people died.” This rallying cry grew out of Joe Wilson’s op-ed piece in the New York Times in which he clearly declared that Iraq was not pursuing the purchase of raw nuclear material. This led to the Robert Novak/Valerie Plame/Dick Cheney affair which ended up with “Scooter” Libby’s prosecution. You can read a good summary here.

Well, since “we all know” that Bush has been “so thoroughly discredited on the WMD issue”, I thought you might be interested in learning that Iraq really did have an ongoing nuclear program. In 2003, our troops found a HUGE amount or raw nuclear material.

However, President Bush has been willing to endure public humiliation and defamation for the past 5 years to prevent this discovery from becoming known to any terrorists. That is unselfish maturity. The uranium has been sold and secretly delivered to a Canadian company.

Did you notice when this operation was completed? Did you hear anything about this? I wonder why?

Maybe the broadcast media didn’t think that this was a big news item? Just like the San Francisco Chronicle didn’t think that a certain candidate for the Presidency planned to bankrupt the coal industry was important news to their readers.

Just thought you might be interested in a little truth.

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One Response to “Bush didn’t lie”

  1. Genwhirl says:

    I had no idea about this. I was talking with a friend the other day, saying “President Bush can leave the office confident that he was the man for the job. Perhaps it wasn’t a perfect ride…but he was the man God selected for the time.” At the time, I meant it much more on a personal/emotional/spiritual level, but reading this convinces me that he was indeed God’s elect for our nation. Again, not a perfect leader but a chosen leader. God, bless President Bush!

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