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That's pretty much the reaction to the confirmation of what we tinfoil hat wearing, lefty, moonbat, conspiracy theory wackos have been saying for years. The reaction was similar when former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan confirmed countless other "liberal talking points."
So let's recap. Bill Clinton was asked an irrelevant question in a case that was ultimately thrown out, but since he lied about it, he was impeached. Conservatives to this day will rail about how Clinton lied to Congress, and how horrible that was. But George W. Bush told countless lies, with horrific consequences, and the reaction is something like, "Old news. Nothing to see here. Move along."
If Barack Obama is elected in November, what are the Republicans going to do? Are they going to turn over every rock, find every stupid little thing they can to try to bring him down? And how will the public react?
. . .In making the case for war, the Administration repeatedly presented intelligence as fact when in reality it was unsubstantiated, contradicted, or even non-existent. As a result, the American people were led to believe that the threat from Iraq was much greater than actually existed. … Sadly, the Bush Administration led the nation into war under false pretenses. . .
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