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Sunday, February 11, 2007

United States Trust of Government Military Information

Looking back in time we had a distinguished career and member of our United States military tell us before Congress and the United Nations that Iraq was more than capable of weapons of mass destruction and that was none other than the former Secretary of State Collin Powell. He isn’t on the political scene anymore because in his own heart he knew that the lie he was given to tell was propaganda and he left to spend more time with his family. Smart move General.

How can we trust the President and any staged events to present any source of information when it comes to the war in Iraq? If the administration lied us into the war and lied about the weapons of mass destruction that never existed are we to believe that Iran is now the enemy of America too? Give me an independent investigation from a non government legitimate news organization that verifies the facts and I just might buy the fact that Iran is looking to kill our kids in Iraq. I can not discredit this source of information but the trust I personally have for this administration is less than zero.

U.S. Presents Evidence of Iranian Weapons in Iraq

Published: February 11, 2007

The New York Times

BAGHDAD, Feb. 11 — After weeks of internal debate, senior United States military officials today literally put on the table their first public evidence for the contentious assertion that Iran is supplying Shiite extremist groups in Iraq with deadly weaponry, including a roadside bomb that pierces American armor.

Those officials spread out on two small tables during a news briefing an array of mortar shells and rocket-propelled grenades with visible serial numbers that the officials said link the weapons directly to Iranian arms factories. But by far the most potent item on display was a squat canister designed to explode and spit out a molten ball of copper that cuts through armor. That bomb is perhaps the most feared weapon faced by American and Iraqi troops here. - The New York Times

By no means is this a slap against my military friends. You serve at the orders of our President and I appreciate your service. I am just questioning the people in charge as to why you are in Iraq. Common sense needs to come back to the war on terror.


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