June 13, 2005

Katie Couric/Matt Lauer lead story today

And you can find the details right here. Excerpt:


Without a hint of irony, Edith Lederer of The Associated Press reported June 3 that "U.N. satellite imagery experts have determined that material that could be used to make biological or chemical weapons and banned long-range missiles has been removed from 109 sites in Iraq."

We've been told repeatedly by those on the Left -- which includes most journalists -- that Bush Lied! when he gave the danger posed by Saddam's WMD programs as one of the reasons for going to war with Iraq. Did the United Nations lie, too? Is it lying now? When did Karl Rove go to work for Kofi Annan?

I'm certain that they'll mention this story any minute. Probably right after the next commercial break.

Posted by Physics Geek at June 13, 2005 08:36 AM StumbleUpon Toolbar Stumble It!
Comments

It seems you didn't bother to read the actual article

U.N. inspectors have been blocked from returning to Iraq since the U.S.-led war began in March 2003, so they have been using satellite photos to see what happened to the sites they had once monitored, whose equipment had both civilian and military uses

So not only does this not add an iota of proof for the bogus WMD claims, it shows how the invasion made the situation worse.

Posted by: Peter Moore at June 13, 2005 09:00 PM