Monday, June 30, 2008

In Iraq, Good News Is No News?

2 Comments:

At 11:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Orlando Sentinel, 6 July 2008, page A6, "U.S. slips last of Saddam's nuke material into Canada". (front page A1 has important stuff like how to graduate after flunking the FCAT)

Soo, we were told Saddam had no weapons of mass destruction, but the article says 600 tons of yellowcake, was removed from Iraq and transported to Canada. Also, I remember we were told former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, denied the claim that Saddam had tried to purchase yellowcake frm the African nation of Niger. Now where could he have gotton the 600 tons of yellowcake in the first place. What did he plan on making with the yellowcake? Wedding or birthday cakes?

I cancelled my newspaper over a year ago (except for the Sunday paper), including Newsweek magazine. All they are doing is making up the news as we go along. Investigative Journalism has gone by the wayside. Now it appears they are in process of selecting the next president of the U.S. for the American people; they already influenced the primaries and decided McCain should be the Republican candidate, probably because he is the only one the Dem's could beat.

Yep, "Good News is No News". I stopped watching politics on CNN, MSNBC, etc. It's an attempt at mind control of the American people.

 
At 6:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was never a secret that Iraq had hundreds of tons of yellow cake. It was in warehouses sealed by the UN inspectors. If Saddam wanted yellow cake all he had to do was cut the seal and take it. Therefore, the Niger story was all the more ridiculous, and Wilson was correct.

 

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