Editor's Note: Saddam had no al Qaida Ties
Friday, September 08, 2006
I've been saying for quite some time, at least a week now: There is no evidence that Saddam Hussein had a relationship with al Qaida. And frankly, I'm tired of liberals insinuating that there ever was.
A declassified document being released by the Senate Intelligence Committee clearly states that Saddam's government "did not have a relationship, harbor, or turn a blind eye toward Zarqawi and his associates."
I hear loony libs foaming at the mouth that Bush and other administration officials have made repeated claims for the last four years about evidence of a connections between Saddam and al Zarqawi. Sure, that was true then, but this is now, and now those things are no longer true. Now the truth is that Bush never said that such a connection existed and neither did anyone in his administration. It is just like a "progressive" to be two steps behind.
Furthermore, I still haven't seen any Democrats in the House or Senate produce any evidence to substantiate their claims that Saddam had and was planning to produce even more deadly weapons of mass destruction.
It is time for these crazy liberals to pay the piper. After taking us to war under false pretences, squashing our civil rights and refusing to take responsibility for the dreadful response in New Orleans, I look forward to kicking out the liberals in November. It is time for a Republican majority in the House and Senate.
Dr. Ryan Maynard, Editor, NewsBlog 5000