November 16, 2005
Pentagon Needs a Librarian
Steven Hayes in the current Weekly Standard reports that there are literally millions of pages of seized Iraqi documents we have not yet translated and read, some with very suggestive titles:
- Locations of Weapons/Ammunition Storage (with map)
- Formulas and information about Iraq's Chemical Weapons Agents
- Denial and Deception of WMD and Killing of POWs
- Chemical Agent Purchase Orders (Dec. 2001)
- Correspondence between various Iraq organizations giving instructions to hide chemicals and equipment
- Cleaning chemical suits and how to hide chemicals
And my favorite:
- IIS reports on How French Campaigns are Financed
These are all titles of documents that have been entered into the HARMONY database, run by the Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM); but there is a literal mountain of other documents we have not yet even "eyeballed."
Want to bet that somewhere among those millions of pages are locations of actual "large stockpiles of WMD" that we'll eventually find? If we do, I will make another prediction: no matter where we find them, no matter how well sourced and authenticated the document that leads us there, the Democrats will argue (a) they were planted by Bush; (b) even if they're genuine, they don't count because it's possible to use them for peaceful purposes... a chemical rocket can also be used as a paperweight, for example; (c) they also don't count because the statute of limitations has expired; and (d) why is the Bush administration still obsessing about the past, about the lies they used to lie us into the war, instead of marching boldly into the future, as Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean, and Harry Reid want to do?
Read the whole article; it's pretty staggering.
Hatched by Dafydd on this day, November 16, 2005, at the time of 2:39 PM
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The following hissed in response by: hunter
The backlash against the demohacks who set out to deliberately lie about this war is going to be devestating to the DNC.
The following hissed in response by: RBMN
It seems like police-state governments, like Saddam's, always keep at least twice as many records as other states. They have the official (phony) records archive, the what-really-happened super-secret records archive, and maybe a third archive of official revised (more believable but still phony) updates to the official (phony) records archive. Being a dictator creates a lot of paperwork.
The following hissed in response by: KarmiCommunist
The lists are amazing...many have already been declassified, and have enough evidence in them to convict anyone here in American courts. What upsets humble me the most (well, besides Eg telling me to ‘go play on a freeway’ after one of my rants...Eg, i live in a remote swamp, the nearest dirt road is 20-miles away, the nearest paved road is at least 30-miles away, and I-75 is a distant Interstate - Wink) is that so many Americans have apparently forgot about what happened on September 11, 2001...as in just *FOUR* years ago!?!?! A few days after 911, some Democrat Congresswoman was claiming that “Bush knew”, and i won’t even get into what MSM was suggesting on 911, but neither got much traction with the American People. Now, if one is to believe the polls and the Congressional GOP, Bush deserves no respect for standing up to a Saddam, or an Osama, or to any enemy of America.
If the MSM’s polls are correct, then America’s People, and not the Politicians, are the problem. During a war, half of America sides with America’s enemies!?! Our Troops get accused of “Torture”, and our President gets called a “Liar”. The WTC was first attacked in 1993, one of its participants, Abdul Rahman Yasin flees to Iraq, and is later interviewed by CBS News' Lesley Stahl in Iraq. No biggie, huh. No connection to Saddam in the 1993 WTC attack, and certainly no connection between Saddam and the 911 attacks. Well, perhaps Ahmed Hikmat Shakir provides a link, but it is difficult to be sure, since Saddam was such a “diligent record keeper”. No biggie, huh. No biggie that Saddam was connected to the assassination attempt on Bush “41”. No biggie that Saddam kept violating the Terms of his Probation, since the Terms changed each time that he violated them...over the span of almost a decade. No biggie that the UN listed much of the WMDs that Saddam had, and that such has now disappeared. No biggie, huh.
i’m done with the polls...it seems that the American People spoke quite clearly during the 2000, 2002, and 2004 Elections. If Americans are as stupid as the polls suggest, then how come Bush “43” was Elected *TWICE*!!! Apparently, the Democrat Party and *THEIR* MSM has chosen to side with America’s enemies during a war, and are once again trying to dupe the American People into believing them. Well, at least they are finally showing themselves, huh.
Dafydd, another most excellent Thread, and i shall try to control my urges to express more...so to speak. Basically, the facts have been clear for years and years. New facts do not matter when old facts are ignored and/or hidden. Bill Clinton had cut America’s Intel Agencies to the bone, and after the 911 attacks, the Democrat Party claimed that Bush “43” should’ve known that the attacks were coming, and they even insisted on an investigation. Bill Clinton had ignored the threats of terrorism for years, refused (several times) to take Osama’s “head on a Silver Platter” when he had the chances. The Democrat Party has a reputation of being weak when it comes to threats against America, and weak when confronted by war. Basically, Bush “43” has embarrassed them, since he clearly was willing to confront America’s obvious enemies, and the Democrat Party needs to re-write history in order “to save face”. Too late, in my humble Low and Ignorant Insane swamp hermit opinion, unless much of America is as ‘wishy-washy’ as Bill Clinton was, or as ‘Flip-Floppy’ as John Kerry was. Like the radical Islamic Jihadists, America’s Left is desperate, thus they will equally ignore the facts and history, and any lists of proof...old or new.
The above hissed in response by: KarmiCommunist at November 17, 2005 4:14 PM
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