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Iraq: the spin « Previous | |Next »
May 14, 2003

Why am I not suprised?

The US has not found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Yet it said it had good evidence gained from intelligence sources that indicated where they were. But no smoking gun was found. So what happens to Iraq's supposed links with al Qa'ida, which werre the basis for the US attack and Australian support? The links look threadbare. The threat looks mythical.

Can we infer that the US did not know what is going on? Or that the Bush Administration knew what was going on but it did not level with the rest of the world?

No doubt that story will continue to unfold. So will the terrorist attacks in response to the US presence in Iraq.

| Posted by Gary Sauer-Thompson at 1:00 PM | | Comments (0)
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