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Troll BS: Bush the Liar. (148* d) RE: BS: Bush the Liar. 30 Dec 05


Doug, sorry to have to say this, but my ACLU expert (Skeptic) informs me that the Valerie Plame case involved civil liberties (privacy) while the NSA issue is one of national security and possibly constitutional law. The ACLU deals only with civil liberties cases.

The idea that Bush lied about WMD is a little silly since most of the intelligence agencies in Europe also believed it. I'm talking about England, France, Germany, Russia, etc. But, if a lie is repeated often enough, people will believe that it's the truth.

I don't like Bush, but I like people like John Kerry and Ted Kennedy even less. I will give Kerry credit for having the guts to say that he did not read the intelligence reports that the White House sent to the Congress, but he still voted to go to war right along with the rest of them.

Now, some of the Dems claim that they were mislead. How the hell would they know if they didn't read the reports?

Whether or not the decision to go to war was right or not, the fact is that we are there and I think that we must stay until Iraq is able to defend itself against its enemies both foreign and domestic.

We upset the apple cart and it's our job to make that right. We can either stay, and tough it out, or release Saddam, pull our troops out and slink back home.

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