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Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Rewriting history redux: A couple of links for those with a continuing interest in the truth.

The White House came out today with a point-by-point refutation of the New York Times editorial I took a whack at earlier today. I'm quickly becoming convinced that there isn't a single honest liberal on the Times editorial board. Honest liberals do exist, but they usually are only found where they have occasional contact with GOP voters.

The GOP has put together a best-of video of Democrat officials -- from Madeleine Albright to Bill Clinton -- warning the public about Saddam Hussein. You can watch it here.

West Virginia Sen. Jay Rockefeller went on "Fox News Sunday" again the other day, probably thinking himself safe because Tony Snow is gone. He was wrong. For those of you who missed it, here's a link to my piece on Rockefeller's first disastrous appearance back in 2003. Both current "Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace and Snow have found Rockefeller's October 2002 speech on the Senate floor the speech that just keeps on giving.

11:21 PM

Comments:
Your link of Rockefeller's dissembling is gone.

You should update it.
 
Here's the NY Yimes on Iraq, in 2002:

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The New York Times
September 13, 2002

The Iraq Test

By THE EDITORS

Mr. Bush's blunt assessment of the Iraqi threat and the need for a firm, united response by the United Nations were well put. Iraq, with its storehouses of biological toxins, its advanced nuclear weapons program, its defiance of international sanctions and its ambitiously malignant dictator, is precisely the kind of threat that the United Nations was established to deal with. Betting on the good faith of Saddam Hussein or trusting that the problem will fade away is unrealistic. As Mr. Bush said, after a decade of Iraqi defiance the U.N. faces a defining moment and a test of its purpose and resolve.

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F30A14FE3A550C708DDDA00894DA404482

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Do these idiots forget that Google exists?

More here:

http://www.freedomagenda.com/iraq/wmd_quotes.html
 
Honest liberals do exist

Sorry, Matt... "Honest Liberal" is a contradiction in terms, in these United states, anymore.
 
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