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In 2003 nearly half of all Americans falsely assumed that the U.S. government had found solid evidence for a link between Iraq and al Qaeda. What is more, almost a quarter of us believed that investigators had all but confirmed the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, according to a 2003 report by the University of Maryland’s Program on International Policy Attitudes and Knowledge Networks, a polling and market research firm. How did the true situation in Iraq become so grossly distorted in American minds?
Originally posted by KATSUO
the lack of evidence is not proof...
whos to say there arent some nukes in a cave somewhere waiting...
just for the right moment... Sadam knew the cavalry was coming
no one has ever accused him of being a stupid man... may have been
a moron... but thats beside the point.... He had them shipped off to
someone he knew could get back at the USA... lets just hope we can
catch them or already have...
just a theory and an opinion...