Would it be all right if we started to forward them around (links and all)?
Be my guest.
If Iraq didn't have them, which is apparently the case, then why did the majority of the world believe they did? This was not a case in which the US was unique in believing Iraq had WMD's.
The rest of the world may have indeed suspected
that Iraq had WMDs, but only the US (and its servile lapdog. . . er, I mean, its loyal ally, the UK) actually acted on those suspicions. And that's because only the US believed that those suspected WMDs posed an clear and present threat to its security.
You act as though Bush and his L.E.G. were out to pull the wool over everyones eyes. That just is not the case. You believe what you want, I know nothing I say can change your mind, but just know that what you believe is wrong.
L.E.G.? Legion of Evil Gnomes?
As for what I believe, I'm merely repeating Bush's own statements. You can follow the links I posted yourself, McG
. They are all from that unimpeachable source: www.whitehouse.gov