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Activists Confront Condoleeza Rice at Stanford University

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posted on May, 17 2011 @ 02:56 AM

Originally posted by wasco2

Originally posted by SmokeandShadow
Yeah, classy enough to warn the American people about a mushroom cloud that was never a threat. Nothing but lies and misdirection... and her education or speaking ability is the benchmark of credibility? If she knew the intelligence was false, she is a liar and should be prosecuted. If she couldn't see it was false, she is an idiot...which one is it?

edit on 11-5-2011 by SmokeandShadow because: (no reason given)

It's not a lie if you believe it's true. Our intelligence said he was seeking to buy yellowcake uranium, and it was supported by other intelligence agencys of our allies.

An President Bush had to act on the best information available to him. Saddam WAS a threat to the US. There's no doubt any Iraqi bomb would have gone to some group he could be sure would use it against the United States.

Hussein said he had chemical and biological WMDs. We knew he had chemical weapons because he had used them on his own people. He didn't have an active chemical weapons program but there was plenty of evidence he'd had one at one time.

And as it turns out, Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame to the contrary, he WAS trying to buy yellowcake uranium to add to the 500 tons he already had.

The lies were coming from the left all along.

didn't we sell him those WMDs ?

posted on May, 17 2011 @ 03:09 AM
Condoleeza Rice sounds like a side dish or an inexpensive meal,lol

posted on May, 17 2011 @ 12:08 PM
What I saw was an individual who's only agenda was to disrupt the class of a professor that she, no doubt, hated. If she had rather start trouble than participate (in a civil manner) in class, she certainly deserved to be shown the door.

Many of you expressed concern that she wasn't allowed to speak. How hypocritical can you get? If she were truly a student, she was there to learn, not speak!

I'm not surprised, but I am appalled, that so many citizens of the United States support such intolerant behavior. Our biggest problem is not the government, it's individuals, such as many of you, who not only support such action, but actually applaud it. Many of you only support this kind of behavior because she was spouting the same insanity, and insults, that you, regardless of the facts, also WANT to promote.

How can you truly "Deny Ignorance" when you support such intolerance?

See ya, Milt

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