A shameful admission
At Monday’s meeting of the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, George W. Bush admitted shamelessly that had he known in March 2003 what he knows today — i.e., that Saddam Hussein had neither WMDs nor plans to build them, and in fact had an army only one-third as strong as it was prior to Desert Storm in 1991 — he’d have invaded Iraq anyway. “I’d make the decision again,” Bush said. “Removing Saddam Hussein makes this world a better place and
I didn’t see the lapdog press make any fuss about Bush’s outrageous admission. But then, Monday was such a busy friggin' news day.