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    Cool I Was Am-Bushed On MSNBC Over Iraq

    I was invited on MSNBC the other day to discuss Karl Rove's book with anchor Davis Shuster and journalist David Corn of Mother Jones magazine and the author of "The Lies of George W. Bush" only to be am-BUSHED with the worn allegation by the left that President Bush lied his way into war with Iraq.

    The left is consumed with charges that somehow Bush and his "gang" were able to bamboozle Congress, the U.N., and everyone else on the planet with regard to why it was necessary to remove Saddam Hussein from power and bring him to justice.
    All this in light of the fact that just last month, Vice President Joe Biden went on Larry King and bragged that "Iraq could be one of the greatest achievements of this administration." This from a man who as a US Senator was against the war and the surge and sided with many Democrats who declared in 2003 that the "war was lost."

    The left distorts the facts with regard to the lead up to the Iraq war to fit their conspiratorial theories. However here are the facts:
    ....... President Bush Addresses the UN General Assembly and sets forth a long list of complaints against the Iraqi government with regard to their continued threat to the region, our allies and the world including but not limited to:

    1. Support of terrorist organizations that directs violence against its neighbors and the West;
    2. UN Commission on Human Rights finding in 2001 that Iraq was engaged in "extremely grave" human rights violations;
    3. The failure to let UN weapons inspectors conduct their work to insure and prevent Iraq is not pursuing WMD in violation of UN Resolutions;
    4. They used proceeds from the UN "oil for food" program to purchase weapons rather than to feed its people.
    *October 2002: After extensive debate, the US Congress overwhelmingly passes a Resolution giving President Bush the power and authority to use military force to enforce UN Security Council Resolution.

    Here are some comments made by prominent Democrats at that time:
    .......... The fact that the U.S. never found WMD does not mean Saddam did not have it or that he did not desire the ability to amass it whenever he saw the need. Let us not forget that Hussein used WMD against his own people, killing thousands of Kurds.

    Saddam Hussein was interrogated while detained in Iraq by FBI agent George Piro and this is what agent Piro had to said in an interview with Scott Pelley for "60 Minutes":

    "He told me that most of the WMD had been destroyed by the U.N. inspectors in the '90s. And those that hadn't been destroyed by the inspectors were unilaterally destroyed by Iraq," Piro says.

    "So why keep the secret? Why put your nation at risk, why put your own life at risk to maintain this charade?" Pelley asks.

    "It was very important for him to project that because that was what kept him, in his mind, in power. That capability kept the Iranians away. It kept them from reinvading Iraq," Piro says.

    Before his wars with America, Saddam had fought a ruinous eight-year war with Iran and it was Iran he still feared the most.

    "He believed that he couldn't survive without the perception that he had weapons of mass destruction?" Pelley asks.

    He told me he initially miscalculated President Bush and President Bush's intentions. He thought the United States would retaliate with the same type of attack as we did in 1998 under Operation Desert Fox. Which was a four-day aerial attack. So you expected that initially," Piro says.

    Piro says Saddam expected some kind of an air campaign and that he could he survive that. "He survived that once. And then he was willing to accept that type of attack. That type of damage," he says.

    "Saddam didn't believe that the United States would invade," Pelley remarks.

    Bush did NOT lie. President Bush acted in the best interests of the United States. Was our intelligence faulty? Yes. Did that change the fact that Saddam should be removed? No.

    The truth will never be accepted by those who refuse to accept it. However, I will continue to fight for the truth even if it means being "am-BUSHED" on MSNBC.


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