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Six Years and they still can’t get it right:

Former US President George W. Bush addresses armed forces in May 2003 aboard the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, declaring major fighting over in Iraq. The Bush administration argued early in 2003 that the US-led invasion of Iraq was vital because the regime’s alleged weapons of mass destruction – none of which were ever found – posed an imminent threat.

Never mind that the last sentence had nothing to do with the photo.  Let’s look at what Bush actually said in the State of the Union Address:

Some have said we must not act until the threat is imminent. Since when have terrorists and tyrants announced their intentions, politely putting us on notice before they strike?

If this threat is permitted to fully and suddenly emerge, all actions, all words and all recriminations would come too late. Trusting in the sanity and restraint of Saddam Hussein is not a strategy, and it is not an option.

In other words, Bush argued that we cannot wait until the threat is imminent.  Which must of course mean that the threat is not imminent when he is urging the attack.

Unless you are a moonbat AP editor who decided to recycle a six year old picture for the wire feed.  Logic need not tread in his mind.

They have to lie.  They have to revise the past.  History is the natural enemy of the moonbat.

2 Comments

  1. R says:

    Actually, the caption says the “Bush administration,” which is more than just Dubya.

    http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/kfiles/b24970.html

    “No terrorist state poses a greater or more immediate threat to the security of our people and the stability of the world than the regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq.” – Sec. Def. Rumsfeld, 9/19/02.

    Etc..

  2. Terberon Hernols says:

    i cant believe how much soft tyranny all this spending is