Wednesday, April 12, 2006

What Bush's mobile biological laboratories really were.

On May 29, 2003, President Bush, still flush from what he thought was an amazing military victory in Iraq, justified his ill-advised invasion by declaring, "We have found the weapons of mass destruction.". What an idiot.

He had just been advised, two days before, that these trailers were not biological labs. True to form, Bush and his administration continued to cite these trailers as proof of WDMs.

Also true to form the main stream media went right along with him.

Today the Pentagon sponsored report is being released. And true to form the main stream media is acting like this is something new. Neither the report or so far the main stream media are saying what the trailers' actual function was.

Now's the chance to impress your friends with your knowledge, you can be the first to inform them what these trailers really are. They are hydrogen generators for meteorological balloons, sold to Iraq by the British. That's right, your intrepid "War President" said he gambled our futures to deny Iraq the ability to inflate balloons.

This article came out June 8, 2003 in the Guardian.

More here. And here.

Remember you saw it first, or second, three years later on Redneck Liberal.

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