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Monday, November 07, 2005

The Monday Morning Idiot Who Spoke Too Soon 

On November 1, a Blogs for Bush simpleton went off on Harry Reid:
Reid Can Take His Apology And Shove It...
That's the headline. Classy, huh?
The other day, Harry Reid demanded that Rove be fired and Bush and Cheney to apologize over the Plame/leak case... The White House has rebuffed those demands...
The White House on Monday rebuffed calls for a staff shakeup, the firing of Karl Rove and an apology by President Bush for the role of senior administration officials in the unmasking of CIA operative Valerie Plame.
It has not been a good couple of days for Harry Reid...
Shortly thereafter, in a masterstroke, Reid singlehandedly shut down congress and sparked a week's long discussion of how the Bushies misused intelligence to trick the nation into an illegal and immoral and completely unnecessary war.

And to add icing to the cake, the same moron was forced to acknowledge it. And to downplay the significance, he cast aspersions on the MSM for the way they reported the story.
Reid's move shone a spotlight on the continuing controversy over intelligence that President Bush cited in the run-up to the war in Iraq. Despite prewar claims, no weapons of mass destruction have been found in Iraq, and some Democrats have accused the administration of manipulating the information that was in their possession.
We haven't found WMDs in Iraq?

What about the 1.77 metric tons of enriched uranium, the 1,500 gallons of chemical weapons agents, 17 chemical warheads containing cyclosarin (a nerve agent five times more deadly than sarin gas), over 1,000 radioactive materials in powdered form (meant for dispersal over populated areas), and roadside bombs loaded with mustard and "conventional" sarin gas... just to name a few things...
Umm, moron, the M in WMD stands for "mass", hence in order to qualify as a WMD a weapon must be capable of "Mass Destruction." The uranium in Iraq was not weaponized and had no delivery system, the chemical agent was old and degraded, the roadside bombs were duds from the previous war, etc.

If these people weren't so stupid they might be dangerous. I mean, they are dangerous, but they might be really dangerous, as in dangerous to the "mass"es.
Reid was wrong, and should say he's sorry. Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation proved that.

Reid was simply playing bad politics.
Wow! Claiming that Fitzgerald's investigation into a leak of a covert CIA operative's name proves that Reid was wrong to demand an investigation into something completely diferent is quite a stretch ther, pal. Especially considering that Fitzgerald's investigation into that completely seperate thing was obstructed by Libby's lies and in fact remains ongoing.
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