Bush Claims Vs. Reality

RECEIVED Tue., Feb. 10, 2004

Dear Editor,
   President George W. Bush lied about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction in order to get America to go along with his plan to attack Iraq. Iraq was not an imminent threat to the strategic security of the United States. Saddam Hussein, when he told the American public that WMDs didn't exist in Iraq, was more truthful than the Bush administration. Our government fed us known misinformation on nuclear aluminum tubes, uranium from Africa, hundreds of tons of nerve agent, anthrax, mobile bioweapons laboratories, and missiles and drones to deliver these nonexistent WMDs.
   A very generous-to-the-president analysis of the Bush administration's claims vs. the reality on the ground is published at: www.ceip.org/files/Publications/IraqSummary.asp.
   As a patriotic American who believes in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and supports "liberty and justice for all," I don't want such a person to lead my country.
   Inform yourselves.
Lee Dustman
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