Thursday, June 29, 2006


Apparently "more than a liter of sarin" was found in Iraq from testimony before the house Armed Services Committee, according to Gen. Michael Maples. I mean, whatever. The idea that Iraq had something "gas-like" was a given, but how much, and how able was it? In a worldwide effort requiring a war, which has bankrupted the country and enriched Houston companies has always been the question. This strikes me as grasping at straws. Moreover, why is partisan journalist Frank Gaffney a witness? He is not an authority save in partisanship from the hard right. Is this what it's come to? David Kay found nothing. No ad ignoratiam from shills can replace this with facts. Invisible facts, they like, and rely on explicitly. 500 shells? A worldwide threat? Give me a break.


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