Sixteen Words

by Mike on December 20, 2005

in Politics

Bob Novak has the latest on the Democrats obsession with President Bush’s “sixteen words” from the 2003 State of the Union. Now I know what you’re thinking and you’re right. The Brits conducted an independent inquiry into these charges and found President Bush’s concern to be “well founded.”

Clause 499 of the Butler Report:

“We conclude that, on the basis of the intelligence assessments at the time, covering both Niger and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the statements on Iraqi attempts to buy uranium from Africa in the Government’s dossier, and by the Prime Minister in the House of Commons, were well-founded. By extension, we conclude also that the statement in President Bush’s State of the Union Address of 28 January 2003 that:The British Government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa was well-founded.”

Facts don’t matter to liberals. They think they can rewrite history by continually repeating false assertions against the President. What they don’t realize is there is a new media out there watching their every move. Couple that with a White House showing a renewed determination to set the record straight and the future doesn’t look bright for the party of Howard Dean.

You liberals are so cute when you’re out of power. Sorry, but your days of rewriting history are over.

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