Something to Mock

I am posting this Robert Scheer piece from the LA Times only because it has not received the level of derision and mockery that it richly deserves:

Is it conceivable that Al Qaeda, as defined by President Bush as the center of a vast and well-organized international terrorist conspiracy, does not exist?

To even raise the question amid all the officially inspired hysteria is heretical, especially in the context of the U.S. media’s supine acceptance of administration claims relating to national security. Yet a brilliant new BBC film produced by one of Britain’s leading documentary filmmakers systematically challenges this and many other accepted articles of faith in the so-called war on terror.

My head hurts already.






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    Aaron says:

    Actually, it’s always smart to consider these possibilities…for example: What if Saddam has no WMD’s and he’s just been bluffing?

    However, when you see these coming from people like Scheer it’s ludicrous.

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    Lee says:

    Precisely. and what if, no doubt, 300k maniquins were buried in the desert of iraq? and liberals didn’t like handouts? and dogs didn’t like pissing on lamp posts? all this could be true, too, in the fairy tail world of msm.

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