November 14, 2005

Who Said This?

"I am forced to conclude, on all the evidence, that Saddam poses a significant risk.

Some argue it would be totally irrational for Saddam Hussein to initiate an attack against the mainland United States, and they believe he would not do it. But if Saddam thought he could attack America through terrorist proxies and cover the trail back to Baghdad, he might not think it so irrational.

...At the end of the day, we cannot let the security of American citizens rest in the hands of someone whose track record gives us every reason to fear that he is prepared to use the weapons he has against his enemies."

President Bush?

Um, no. Actually Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) back in October 2002.

Tom Maguire at Just One Minute has this and a fine collection of similar quotes from Rockefeller, Ted Kennedy and Nancy Pelosi.

You see Tom, unlike the stooges in the MSM, actually took the time to look it up.

Posted by: Gary at 01:41 PM | Comments (2) | Add Comment
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1 What can they do. Fess up? The'll loose their base support, or so they imgaine. Then they will be less than zero. This is the Roman Senate in it's death throes.

Posted by: mdmhvonpa at November 14, 2005 03:44 PM (6x1mQ)

2 This is the leftist insanity that plagues this nation. I wrote a post today about Clinton's guarantee on WMDs. The post is also very sarcastic about Bush "manipulating" Clinton's intelligence too. I hope you all can stop by.

Posted by: Republican Vet at November 14, 2005 06:44 PM (9K+DU)

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