The head of the Center for Security Policy Frank Gaffney was
recently on MSNBC’s Hardball, defending the previous administration and our
involvement in Iraq .
It now appears that Saddam Hussein was not only behind the World Trade Center bombing of 1993 but also the Oklahoma bombing in 1997. Considering that
Saddam was being helped by this country in the war against Iran until
1988, he was quick to change allegiances. A couple days earlier Ari Fleisher
former Press secretary of President Bush had been interviewed by Chris Mathews
on his Hardball Political program. There is a real attempt to re-write history (8 years of spin) which needs to addressed.
of the transcript via Crooks and Liars.
MATTHEWS: The polling that took place
before we attacked, conducted by “Time” and CNN, showed that 72 percent of the
American people, nearly three quarters, believed it was likely that Saddam
Hussein was involved in the attack on us 9/11. How do you think they got that
idea, that somehow going to war with Iraq was getting even for 9/11?
GAFFNEY: Well, as I said, he kept
saying that he was going to try to get even against us for Desert Storm, so it
wouldn‘t be unreasonable for people to conclude maybe that that‘s what he was
doing. There‘s also circumstantial evidence, not proven by any means, but nonetheless
some pretty compelling circumstantial evidence of Saddam Hussein‘s Iraq being
involved with the people who perpetrated both the 1993 attack on the World
Trade Center and even the Oklahoma City bombing.
So Tim McVeigh (Executed) and Terry Nichols (life in prison)
were secret Iraqi agents. It keeps getting more bizarre. Seemingly Terry
Nichols won’t give up his contacts to get a corner view of the Prison yard. Or as it was put on The
Political Animal blog
Is there nothing these
guys can say that would force them from polite company? How crazy need one be
before they're no longer invited back onto national television to share their
Speaking of which Crown Publishers recently agreed to sign George to a book about his presidency. Oh, I can't wait for him to go on the book interview circuit (aside from Fox) . Let's go to the Videotape...