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November 3, 2006

NYT: Saddam Was One Year Away From Having An Atomic Bomb

In what can only be viewed as an NYT version of a "November surprise," against the Bush administration, the New York Times has inadvertently delivered a stunning November Surprise to the Democrats.

After three years of spinning myths about no WMDs in Iraq, it turns out that Saddam Hussein's regime was perhaps only a year away from developing nuclear weapons at the time of the US invasion. Bush was right and the Democratic spin machine had it all wrong.

[...] Among the dozens of documents in English were Iraqi reports written in the 1990's and in 2002 for United Nations inspectors in charge of making sure Iraq abandoned its unconventional arms programs after the Persian Gulf war. Experts say that at the time, Mr. Hussein's scientists were on the verge of building an atom bomb, as little as a year away.
As Bluto puts it at Jawa Report, "If Hussein, who used chemical weapons against his own citizens, had remained in power he could have had a nuclear weapon three years ago. The New York Times has just destroyed three years of myth-making by the Democrats."

Did the New York Times just put on the front page that IRAQ HAD A NUCLEAR WEAPONS PROGRAM AND WAS PLOTTING TO BUILD AN ATOMIC BOMB?

Apparently, the Bush Derangement Syndrome at the NY Times has reached such yelpingly mad levels that the Times its inevitable breakdown is nigh.

In the NYT's rush to try and hurt President Bush and Republicans just ahead of the mid-term election, they have published a story spun in every way possible to make it look like the United States put Iraq documents on a website that "could have been" accessed by Iran - documents that "could have" helped Iran build a nuclear bomb.

That means that if we had not invaded Iraq, Iraq would have had a nuclear weapon or at the least the technology and know-how to make one or sell that information to any terrorist group in the world! In other words, if the Iraq documents could have helped Iran build nuclear weapons, they also could have helped IRAQ build nuclear weapons!

This blows out of the water the liberal, leftist, Democrat mantra that Bush invaded Iraq for nothing, for no good reason.

So, "will the Old Media ever report the real story buried in these documents?"

Read all of this as new information for the zany Left - old information for neocons. Yet, even now, the Left still won't get it and still won't admit to being wrong. They'll simply spin it according to their own world view.

Cross posted from Hyscience



Posted by Richard at November 3, 2006 10:45 AM





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