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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Saddam had WMDs

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 10, 2006 at 11:52

1) I checked out this guys work. He's so obviously slanted against Bush and Blair. It's easy to find anti-war activists and take their words as truth.

2) Did you read anything other than 'opinions' in this article? I loved the picture of Mandela and Tariq Aziz. Tariq Aziz!!? Come on!

3) Stephan Gowans a self-titled political activist from Canada. I don't know which is worse.

I'm seeing a disturbing trend here, Wild. Your sites are severely lacking any substance. Okay. I'll give it one more try. I'll check out your last reference.

4) You've got to be kidding me. You call this serious journalism? Is that a picture of Blair's head flipping and turning into the Mad Magazine guy's head? I'm sorry. This is not what I would call any type of proof of anything. This is like a webpage created by a child. Here we can find a picture of Bush with a book held upside down with a clever subtitle and a picture of Bush looking through binoculars with lense covers on and another clever subtitle. Childish.

This is proof you can find anything on the web to support your opinion. I had tried to substantiate your claims of secret plots, etc., when you first brought this subject up, but I only found fringe, off-the-wall sites. I know your second reference above was a BBC article, but I know how they are. I would urge you to take a look, once again, at that article they wrote. There's nothing there, just some Bush/Blair bashing slams from people who disagree with the war in Iraq.

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