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Something Salutary for Saddamite Scum
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Wed, 2012-12-05 06:04
In my personal topography of hell, among the lowest rungs is that reserved for the armchair quarterbackers such as Ronroids (and, of course, overtly leftist low-lifes) who diss the toppling of Saddam, in a flagrant flouting of the principle that a free or semi-free country has the right, albeit not the duty, to liberate a slave pen. Such maggotry typically repairs to the absence of WMD to justify its treasonism, when its real motivation is anti-Americanism and worship of Saddam and everyone like him. It would oppose the intervention even if WMD were found.
In my many diatribes against Saddamy I made the point that Saddam certainly behaved as though he had WMD, and civilised countries were entitled to take him out on that basis alone. The best intelligence claimed that he had them. The then-head of the CIA told Bush it was a "slam-dunk case." The New York Times and leading Democrats were berating Bush for not dealing decisively with Saddam. When Bush did go to war and no WMD were found, earlier reports of their relocation to Syria were resurrected, but received scant attention. The Bush Administration, amazingly, and in a manner highly preminiscent of Romney's refusal to tackle Obafilth on Libya, did not pursue this. Now, the Syria Connection has been resurrected again:
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