Just to correct McCain in case anyone thinks that what he's been saying to the media might be true, British Intelligence did NOT believe that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. What they thought was that the evidence they supplied to the government had been distorted and 'sexed up'. McCain might be in a majority in the US who at the time were taken in by all that wmd boloney but in the great big world outside no one believed it apart from a few children and a couple of dimwits like himself.<br><br>km<br><br>
Don't confuse Insane McCain with Facts, keymaker...<br><br>the whole WMD thing was bogus from day 1 and that was before Bush took office... the SOBs wanted to get Saddam before 9-11 occurred... that disaster gave them the excuse they needed to sell their BS.<br><br>David (OFI)
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