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The WikiLeaks Vindication of George W. Bush

meowbius Wrote: Jun 06, 2013 11:03 AM
(Cue shrill voice) What difference, at this time, does it make? Few years ago, while GWB was still President, I heard that there was a college course somewhere "Bush as a war criminal". No doubt, text books are already written by the late Howard Zinn and his party comrads, printed, and approved for schools and colleges. How do you reverse it now? Do you think NYSlimes will print an apology above the fold or PMSNBC will find a volunteer to utter "since we trust WIKILEAKS more than anything, yea, Bush was right?" I wish Nobel committee announced the biggest prize in "where can I get my good name back" technology field. The loudmouth media is always free to smear and besmirch anyone, without any repercussions. Amazingly, this passess for freedom of speech. Just how is it freedom when one-way only traffic is allowed?
linda880 Wrote: Nov 26, 2013 12:24 AM
Well now there is a textbook about how Obama saved America from bad racists, and how we all need to thank him

The WikiLeaks de facto declassification of privileged material makes it case closed: Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction -- and intended to restart his program once the heat was off.

President George W. Bush, in the 2003 State of the Union address, uttered the infamous "16 words": "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."

Former Ambassador Joe Wilson sprang into action and, in an op-ed piece, in effect wrote, "No, the Cheney administration sent me to investigate the allegation -- and I found it without merit."

Put aside that Wilson's CIA-employed...