Rule 1: Our team only has to reach the goal line to score a touchdown, but yours has to go past it, into the parking lot, down the road, onto the highway, into the next town, hop aboard a spaceship, land on the moon and reach the goal line inside an atmospheric-domed stadium that won't even be built for another thirty years, before we'll admit you scored one.
ules are meant to be broken and the laws don't apply to everybody.” This famed liberal mantra is at the heart of every response by reactionaries in the We the Haters of the United States of America kookoo-brainedom™ to news after news after news that we've found weapons of mass destruction in Iraq (from "you haven't found any
WMDs whatsoever, so you lied!" to "you've only found one, so you lied!" to "you've only found a couple of pre-Gulf War ones, so you lied!" to "you haven't found any significant stockpiles
of any, so you lied!" etc.) and that there indeed was a connection between al Qaeda and Iraq before the war ("there wasn't any
connection between Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda whatsoever—they hated each other—so you lied!" to "it's all just 'a mixture of forged documents and blatantly false assertions that Saddam was in league with Al Qaeda,' so you lied!" etc. etc.).
Liberals have repeatedly been wrong on both the issue of Iraq really having actual weapons of mass destruction right before the war and that of Saddam Hussein really having actual connections with Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network as far back as 1998.
So much for the willingness of Ostrichcrats and other anti-America liberals to actually support any real deals during this war.
(Last link via Betsy's Page; penultimate one via Amf, "Sarin gas discovered in Iraq," America's Debate, May 17 2004, 06:41 PM.)
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