29 Apr

al Qaeda figurehead working in league with holdover Saddamists

The war in Iraq is no longer a good political football for Democrats (they opposed it in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and in 2009 got power/responsibility so they support it now). Apparently that makes it ok for even the New York Times to admit that YES, Saddam’s regime (albeit in exile) is working directly, cooperationally, operationally with Al Queda groups-groups that even Democrats admit were in Iraq before the invasion.

“In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation on Monday, Mr. Maliki said all of the recent attacks had resulted from coordination between Qaeda militants and elements of Mr. Hussein’s Baathists.

They agreed that Al Qaeda would carry out the suicide attacks, while the Baathists would do the remote-control bombs,” he said.”

Of course, other Iraqi PMs have said this as well. They’ve even claimed to have documents and captured regime members who trained Al Queda musclemen to take the planes on 911, BUT that was all moot and bs before. Now that a D is in the White House, and Democrats have complete, unchecked, unstoppable power…now it’s PC to admit the obvious; to admit what soldiers, Marines, and spooks have been telling us for years.

ht Mark Eichenlaub

This entry was posted in Bush Derangement Syndrome, Congress, Dem Congress Reckoning, Fanatical Islam, Foreign Policy, Iraq/Al-Qaeda Connection, Liberal Idiots, Military, MSM Bias, Politics, Support the Troops, The Iraqi War, War On Terror. Bookmark the permalink. Wednesday, April 29th, 2009 at 7:47 am

3 Responses to al Qaeda figurehead working in league with holdover Saddamists

  1. mark e says: 1

    nice, thanks

  2. Patvann says: 2

    One correction is needed here…

    The Democraps DID initially vote to go to war. It was only when they found out that actual bombs and bullets were to be used that they went against it.

    (And during the 2004 election when Soros told them to be against it.)

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