Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Another Retraction Needed

Excuse me, but I think it's time to demand that the White House retract its war in Iraq.
As of this writing, 1,618 U.S. troops have died because of a poorly researched and improperly documented war conducted by George W. Bush and the White House.
Wave after wave of evidence has been unearthed to show that the supposed reasons for the attack on Iraq were unfounded. Sources that the administration relied upon were unreliable at best, lying thieves in some cases. The latest round of evidence shows that the administration decided to go to war, then doctored the "intelligence" to support their decision.
This is unconscionable. The American people should not suffer this lightly. It is time for us to demand that the administration retract its stories and its war.
The 17 deaths supposedly due to Newsweek's Koran desecration story, while certainly regrettable, are a mere drop compared to the bucket of blood that the Bush administration has filled with its phony war.