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« On ‘knowing’ about WMDs | Main | Al-Qaida’s Baghdad memo: We’ve got the booby traps and the news media, but we have few men and no territory, and ‘every year is worse’ »

May 08, 2006


Christopher Taylor

He's wrong, but he's wrong in a really disturbing way. He's wrong in a way that shows his interest to be not in the truth or in what he claims to be concerned about (soldiers' lives, etc) but in political leverage and power.

There are not a few people in Washington on both sides of the fence that seem to have this as their primary goal, at the cost of anything to gain power and win for "their side." For now, the left is the worst :(


It seems that Ray McGovern continued to believe that there some WMDs, when two days before the 20-Mar-2003 Iraq invasion, he wrote that .. "we believe the Iraqis retain some chemical and biological warfare capability."

Christopher Taylor

Hm my trackback isn't working properly, I am pretty sure I did it right :/

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