Friday, October 15, 2004

are you nervous yet part 2

it goes beyond issues of ideology, tactics, strategy, whatever. this is a question of basic competence. if you are one of those who accept the tenuous premise that WMD's were the driving force behind the invasion, then you should feel nothing but outrage and fury at this administrations inability to deal with the disappearance of nuclear program-related equipment and materials.

Several diplomats close to the IAEA said the disappearance of the nuclear items was not the result of haphazard looting. They said the removal of the dual-use equipment -- which before the war was tagged and closely monitored by the IAEA to ensure it was not being used in a weapons program -- was planned and executed by people who knew what they were doing.

"We're talking about dozens of sites being dismantled," a diplomat said on condition of anonymity. "Large numbers of buildings taken down, warehouses were emptied and removed. This would require heavy machinery, demolition equipment. This is not something that you'd do overnight."

outrage and fury. conservatives, take a look in the mirror here. is this president REALLY serious about protecting you or this country ? and if you believe he's serious, is he capable ?

- LH


At October 15, 2004 at 9:26 AM, Blogger Mac said...

I have a very hard time believing that Bush is serious about anything other than trying to be President another four years. Everything he touches has turned to shit.

At October 15, 2004 at 2:43 PM, Blogger Master-Blaster and Lord Humungus said...

now, now mac - that's not quite fair. i'd say bush has been pretty darn serious about tax cuts for rich people . . .

- LH


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