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Thursday, June 03, 2004

Soros wrong again

Byron York on George Soros on National Review Online Soros said the United States went to war in Iraq on false pretenses, "because there was no connection between Saddam Hussein and al Qaida" and "there were no weapons of mass destruction," but what he finds "most galling" is the idea that the United States "went to war in Iraq for the sake of the Iraqi people." Man theses guys just can't get the hint. There is plenty of evidence to place Saddam and Al Queda together. And we did find Sarin gas and Mustard gas in Iraq. What do they need to see this, a chemical attack on NY City, or a nuclear weapon going off during rush hour traffic in Los Angeles. As I have shone before they are many links between Al Queda and Iraq and even when Clinton was in the White House they thought Saddam had WMDs. These guys are just so ideologically opposed to Bush that they can't see the truth or don't want to see the truth.

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