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Discussion in 'Politics' started by B_Doodleman, May 7, 2011.
Throw her lying ass in Gitmo Bay along with Bush and Chaney's. The longer this goes on it look like the only one with half a brain was Chaney and I stress half.
She has gotten all pissy because of Donald Rumsfield's dissing her in his book and in interviews. I think she should've stuck with her job teaching and playing the piano for extra spending money.
This piece on the same site caught my eye Breitbart.tv
But still a bit worrying.
Why is this news? We've known for years that they're incapable of admitting mistakes. So what they did was the right thing to do, regardless of the facts the hoi polloi might uncover.
Actually, I was referring to Drifterwood's post that points to the second Breitbart post: a woman arrested for making 'sex noises' in Florida. That was hysterical. The Condi piece was typical, expected, and non-news for the majority of us.
Condi LIED during the interview. When pressed by O'Donnell to name the countries in the Coaltion of the Willing she mentioned how important Canada's participation had been. The only problem is that Canada did NOT participate(good for them):
The Prime Minister of Canada at the time, Jean Chrétien, advised Governor General Adrienne Clarkson to not have Canada "join with the so-called Coalition of the willing" that was central to the 2003 invasion of Iraq. This position was consistent with that which the Prime Minister had earlier expressed before the 19 March 2003 invasion of Iraq; namely, that "Canada was unlikely to join an invasion without explicit support from the United Nations." The decision by the United Nations (UN) on whether or not to sanction the invasion rested on two elements: a discussion of international law, including the Nuremberg Principles on preemptive war; and the UN inspections for Iraq's alleged possession of Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Canada and the Iraq War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia