Paul Bremer: What I really said about Iraq

The democrats have elevated obfuscation to a new level where we should now just call it what it is: PROPAGANDA. The democrats have been adding to the discussion about Iraq this week that Paul Bremer, the administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, said we did not have enough troops. Well, true to form, the Democrats did not mention that Bremer was talking about the beginning of the war.

However, this is what the Democratic Lying machine did not tell the public in their scripted nuanced sound bites:

Via The New York Times:

“The president was right when he concluded that Saddam Hussein was a menace who needed to be removed from power. He understands that our enemies are not confined to Al Qaeda, and certainly not just to Osama bin Laden, who is probably trapped in his hide-out in Afghanistan. As the bipartisan 9/11 commission reported, there were contacts between Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein’s regime going back a decade. We will win the war against global terror only by staying on the offensive and confronting terrorists and state sponsors of terror – wherever they are. Right now, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Qaeda ally, is a dangerous threat. He is in Iraq.”

It appears the Democrats have lost their ability to be square with the American public and until Democrats of good will take the party back, we must consider the Democrats enemies of the state.

Don’t hold your breath.


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