To all the "Bush lied" crowd: Newly translated Iraqi pre-war documents show it was Joe Wilson and you who lied....!
How about an apology to President George W. Bush from the "Bush lied" and "no WMD" screamers and ragers who have constantly repeated their false accusations---while producing no proof whatsoever to back them up?
Bush's detractors' lies against him on the yellow-cake and WMD are kinda'like CBS's forged National Guard document and on-air story lying about Bush's National Guard service record. They throw all their fake stories and false accusations out there to the entire world---and repeat them endlessly---in the hope that some of their lies will stick and drive Bush's poll numbers down.
Which brings to mind the fact that we should also have a legitimate poll done to measure how many people are Barbra-Streisand-"stoopid" enough to believe the results of the raging-hard-left's polls that are manipulated and weighted to count responses from disproportionatly high numbers of Democrats.
In other words, the same hard-left liars who lied about Bush, his National Guard record, yellow-cake, and WMD are continuing to cheat and lie about results of their unfairly-weighted fake polls.
You can read more below and here. Also "Tapes reveal WMD plans by Saddam," by Rowan Scarborough, at washingtontimes today, that includes: "Audiotapes of Saddam Hussein and his aides underscore the Bush administration's argument that Baghdad was determined to rebuild its arsenal of weapons of mass destruction once the international community had tired of inspections and left the Iraqi dictator alone. In addition to the captured tapes, U.S. officials are analyzing thousands of pages of newly translated Iraqi documents that tell of Saddam seeking uranium from Africa in the mid-1990s...."
"New Iraqi Documents Show Bush Didn't 'Lie'"
Newly translated Iraqi documents from Saddam Hussein's regime show that President Bush was factually accurate when he told the nation in his 2003 State of the Union Address that Iraq had recently sought uranium from Africa.
Bush's 16-word statement had formed the basis for the claim adopted by administration critics that "Bush lied" about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs. But according to the Washington Times today, an unnamed U.S. official reports that "newly translated Iraqi documents . . . tell of Saddam seeking uranium from Africa in the mid-1990s."
The documents also speak of burying prohibited missiles, a government official familiar with the declassification process told the paper.
In his January 2003 address, Bush told the nation: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." The statement prompted former ambassador to Iraq, Joseph Wilson to complain to the New York Times seven months later: "I have little choice but to conclude that some of the intelligence related to Iraq's nuclear weapons program was twisted to exaggerate the Iraqi threat."
The new documents strongly suggest, however, that Wilson was wrong - and that the "Bush lied" mantra adopted by most Democrats since Wilson first made his complaint has been based on bogus information...."