Cross posted from Snooper's Journal.
So did many of us. All you drive-by libtards can go sit on a short stick.
That felt good but many men and women have died because the Democrats and their left-wing extremist sycophants hated President Bush so much so that they were willing to run with the meme, "Bush lied and thousands died." Can we say "democrats lied and thousands died" yet?
A while back, I penned a piece entitled, "History Will Vindicate President Bush". It has. And many others as well, including the Fallen.
BUSH WAS RIGHT
Sad as it may be, seeing that there are no Republicans remaining in DC that will capitalize on this not-so-new "new data", this may well be too little too late.
For those of you that know me either on a personal (as in we have met in person) basis or have been reading my articles for at least 6 years or who have listened to my BTR shows for the last 2 years or so, please recall that I informed all that I knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that there was in fact a tie-in between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda. Only an ignorant fool or a hate-filled ass would deny the connections.
We watched Al Qaeda flee Pakistan in at least 4 general directions ending up in Pakistan, Iran and Iraq. Some splinter groups went elsewhere but eventually wound up in Iraq. Why? Iraq was their target country seeing that Afghanistan was lost. The Caliphate had to be formed somewhere and if it wasn't going to be in Afghanistan, it would have to be in Iraq because, at the time, Pakistan was unavailable. Pakistan is now available, thanks to the Obamatrons. It's hard to hide facts.
Gateway Pundit and Flopping Aces reported this news a few days ago and I refrained for reasons I choose not to go into at this moment. I had also read it in the New York slimes as well and wondered why the Lame Stream couldn't bring themselves to report this development.
[...] BAGHDAD — The government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al Maliki said Al Qaida worked closely with former operatives in Saddam Hussein regime.
Officials said leading members of the Al Qaida network have coordinated operations with Saddam aides since 2003. They said Al Qaida and Saddam forces attacked Shi’ites in an effort to spark a civil war in Iraq.
“They agreed that Al Qaida would carry out the suicide attacks, while the Baathists [Saddam's ruling party] would do the remote-control bombs,” Al Maliki said.
The Al Qaida-Saddam link, asserted by then-U.S. President George Bush in 2002, came in wake of the reported capture of a leading Al Qaida commander in Iraq. [...]
[...] This is not the first time that we have heard about Saddam Hussein's links to Al-Qaeda. The Iraqi newspaper Kurdistani Nwe published a letter in June 2008 on the front page from Saddam Hussein requesting a meeting with Al-Qaeda second in command Ayman Al-Zawahiri: [...]
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