Date registered: Sep 2004
Vehicle: 83 Astral Silver 280 SL
Location: Planet Houston
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Quoted: 8 Post(s)
RE: Documents indicate Iraqi threat
Actually, it is not name calling it is a truthful observation. CNS, who is famous for breaking the "Kerry intern" story, will go as far as ruining peoples lives in their quest to spread disinformation and lies. They are so notorious for false stories and forged doucuments, that only an idiot would believe what they push. Sorry, but that is the truth. It is also indicative of how far back the True Believers have been pushed, the last twenty or so people in this country who still believe the Saddam regime was a threat to the US, that they now have to resort to pushing obvious crap in an attempt to support their utterly untenable position. It does us all a disservice to present information from such a discredited source as something worthy of discussion. Do you actually think a story of that magnitude would NOT be picked up by the mainstream press? Only an idiot would believe it. In addition, this is the second time they have pulled this. Early in the war, when questions began to be asked as to why there was no documents discovered in occupied Iraqi government offices pertaining to WMDs, a CNS News "reporter" suddenly claimed to have found some in a bombed-out building he just happened to be walking through. Eventually the Pentagon determined they were forgeries, of course only after months of Sean Hannity and Limbaugh citing the discovery as "proof" of WMDs. Thats how disinformation works. CNS has been caught so many times, they simply are no longer believable. Only an idiot would believe them.