Monday, October 04, 2004

Can We Stop Having This Argument NOW?...............


Folks, Saddam Hussein and Islamic Terrorism were like Guiness and the Irish, they just went well together....and yet even the Democratic nominee wants to ignore this proven fact.

Let's review. Again. For the umpteenth time.

"Iraqi intelligence documents, confiscated by U.S. forces and obtained by, show numerous efforts by Saddam Hussein's regime to work with some of the world's most notorious terror organizations, including al Qaeda, to target Americans."

Once again, actual physical documents, discovered by US Forces upon liberating Iraq from Hussein's dictatorship, prove that Saddam was actively conspiring with Islamic terrorist forces to attack Americans, allies and their interests.

This is also supported by the numerous other suspicious activities of the Iraqi Intelligence Services, noted in extensive detail here, here, and here..

This is exactly what was presented to the UN by Powell in February of 2003. This was one of the main factors in going to war in Iraq.

And this is evidence that this was the right war, at the right place, at the right time.

Now that we have conclusively proven this connection, can we move on to the other issues now? Bush was right to attack Iraq because they supported Islamic terrorism in very dangerous and active ways, including instruction and training on WMD's.

Do other countries such as Iran do the same thing? Yes, most certainly. But that doesn't diminish the case for Iraq, rather it further supports the case to overthrow the corrupt mullarchy in Iran, and liberate other countries that are threats to our nation. And many of these nations realize this fact, and are trying to get out of the way as fast as possible. Iran is supporting terrorism in Iraq right now precisely because within the next year both Iraq and Afghanistan will have elected governments in place, instead of Islamic theocratic governments. They are losing, and they know it.

Kerry could do more to commend the actions of our military and our allies, and less harping on why the Iraq war was the wrong decision. He only looks more and more foolish by parading these points.

Christ, is anyone even running his campaign anymore?

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