Wednesday, October 13, 2004


It appears that the "no WMD" rant, like all such rants, may be technically accurate. But it is not the whole story. The Kerry campaign is content to tell half the story.

Or as The American Spectator puts it:

So what is the significance of the Duelfer report?

Is the answer:"The president didn't find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq."

Or is it:"What Saddam Hussein was doing was trying to get rid of sanctions so he could reconstitute a weapons program, and the biggest threat facing America is terrorists with weapons of mass destruction."

Incidentally, which of these answers from the two Presidential candidates reveals the intellectual ability to grasp the nature of the threat the U.S. faces in a post-9/11 world?


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