Newsweek Lied, People Died

Common Sense Runs Wild has a very good update on the Newsweek Lied, People Died story.  This is the issue where Newsweek made some mistakes on their reporting of a Koran being flushed down the toilet at Guantanamo Bay which in-turn caused a riot in Afghanistan and people were killed.


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6 Responses to Newsweek Lied, People Died

  1. eli says:

    Bush lied, people died. The WMD allegations were a delibrate and pre-meditated lie.

  2. Janette says:

    Thanks for the trackback!

  3. eli says:

    Bush lied, people died

  4. James S says:

    Bush said the same thing that Clinton and Gore and said. Bush just had the guts to do something about it!
    But you like gutless leaders, I forgot.

  5. eli says:

    I don’t need your gutless insults.

  6. If George Bush lied about weapons of mass destruction, so did Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Madeline Albright, Nancy Pelosi, and the Clintons. Lets get over this fantasy of lies. When intelligence agencies in the majority of UN countries as well as a bipartisan majority in the U.S. Senate believe that WMD’s exist in Iraq, you simply cannot prove intent to deceive. Everybody agreed, and perhaps, everybody was wrong. A global mistake does not make a lie.

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