Saturday, February 10, 2007

When facts become inconvenient, discard them

It is currently an article of faith in the "unbiased" media, such as the Washington Post, that Saddam and Al Qaeda had nothing to do with each other. It wasn't always so. In 2000 and before, the connection was considered obvious, as made clear in this ABC News video from 2000:

The "facts," of course, haven't really changed. What has changed is that any connection between Saddam and Al Qaeda or other terrorists is now seen as helpful the Bush administration. Therefore, the formerly accepted facts must now be false.

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