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Monday, November 21, 2005

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 Rumsfeld's ass is scorched

Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld asserted this weekend that he did not press for the US-led invasion of Iraq:
"I didn't advocate invasion," Rumsfeld told ABC television Sunday, when asked if he would have advocated an invasion of Iraq if he had known that no weapons of mass destruction would be found there.

The US Defense chief added: "I wasn't asked," when asked whether he supported the March 2003 invasion.

Rumsfeld's pants are on fire. Here's a letter he wrote to then President Clinton in support of taking out Saddam.

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