Sunday, October 17, 2004

Iraq’s WMDs: At Least We Have an Answer

This is a repost following the publishing of the Kay report. Following the publication of the Duelfer report it is still pertinent.

Mr Kengor makes some very valid points, the most interesting being if we had not gone to war in Iraq, then the UN weapon inspectors would still be looking for WMD (because EVERYONE would be thinking Saddam was hiding them), Saddam would still be terrorizing his people, and UN sanctions would still be contributing to the deaths of Iraqi children. And this would have continued INDEFINITELY. The men and women who have given their lives in Iraq have not done so in vain. Their sacrifice has made a difference, regardless if we ever find the WMDs.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just finished reading a great book about the real truth behind the CIA, the BUSH/CHENEY, and Tony Blair cover ups. It's called CRIMES OF THE RIGHT by the best selling author HOPE NEWMAN. She also wrote THE BIG BROTHER last year. Anyway, its ISBN is: 0-595-66574-8, and is available from:,,
It is an awesome, suspenseful, and action-packed book. I know you'll love it.

3:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is arguably one of the best novels I've ever read. I started reading THE BIG BROTHER, by Hope Newman. After that, I became engrossed in reading CRIMES OF THE RIGHT. In my opinion, this is one of NEWMAN’s best novels for one reason: it doesn't drone on and on about technical jargon that doesn't contribute to the plotline. For the most part, it's written in a fairly understandable context and its short for how she likes to write. It's very good and I recommend it to anyone who has some time to read a good book.

3:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would say that this is the best Hope Newman book that I have ever read. It goes into depth about the CIA and the White House. I always liked stuff about the CIA and how the secret system worked. If you were looking for a good book to read that has action and adventure then this book will be it.

3:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a disabled Marine Vet, I was touched by Newman’s portrayal of the emotions that her main character struggled with in this saga. A terrific read with great plot lines and twists. No need to be a Vet to enjoy this book - only need to be one who enjoys superb writing, but hold on to your inner emotions.

3:31 PM  

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