By whom?Could have been an honest mistake.
“Intelligence gathered by this and other governments leaves no doubt that the Iraq regime continues to possess and conceal some of the most lethal weapons ever devised.” DUBYA the DECIDER March 17 2003.
That supposed intelligence is the basis for Bush’s lie because the Baathist regime in Iraq was not hiding “The most lethal weapons ever devised from Inspectors under 1441. They were not hiding anything.
What nation’s intelligence besides our own was Dubya acting upon?
Why didn’t Dubya share this Intel with the inspectors as required under 1441.
Why didn’t Dubya send the intelligence gatherers into Iraq to verify the locations of “the most lethal weapons ever devised” as they were invited in by Saddam Hussein himself in December 2002?
By everyone involved.
Also, the way you pepper your post with baby talk, makes you look not serious.
My point stands. A lot of people came to the conclusion that Saddam was hiding shit. It is strange with the benefit of hindsight that what he was hiding was that he ACTUALLY destroyed his wmds, as required.
An odd choice for him. Especially as America had been terribly attacked and was not in a mood to put up with any shit.
Would have been a good time to walk softly, instead of poking the bear.
There is a lot to be learned from that war. If you lie about what actually happened, you ensure that we do not learn it, and thus are more likely to repeat the same mistakes.
So, the choice for you is what is more important. Avoiding unwise wars, or scoring partisan points.
Your response will reveal who you are, an anti-war peace lover, or just a partisan zealot.