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Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Iraq intelligence probes prove Bush, Blair weren't fibbing: "But maybe we have to qualify the belief that Saddam's WMD stockpiles never existed as well. As a result of two official investigations and recent U.N. discoveries, we have reason to believe that if Saddam did not possess WMD at the moment of the invasion, he had possessed them only months beforehand and was in a position to do so a second (or third) time if he had succeeded in bluffing himself out of trouble."
This shows the folly of continually going to the UN, which stalled and stalled by the machinations of the European clients of Saddam, which gave him time to dispose of the weapons.
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