Weekend Reflections: When Democrats (1998) All Wanted The Iraq War.

George Bush Became The 43rd President of the United States from 2001 to 2009

NOTICE: PRESIDENT CLINTON ATTACKED IRAQ IN 1998 UNDER THE SAME AUSPICE


NOTICE THE DATE AND TIME ON THE WHITEHOUSE BOARD BEHIND PRESIDENT CLINTON 1998 – 3 YEARS BEFORE PRESIDENT BUSH

Based Upon Congress’s Own Independent Intelligence Report:

Letter  to  President  Clinton,  signed  by:

—  Democratic  Senators  Carl  Levin,  Tom  Daschle,  John  Kerry,  and  others,  Oct.  9,  1998
Saddam  Hussein  has  been  engaged  in  the  development  of  weapons  of  mass  destruction  technology  which  is  a  threat  to  countries  in  the  region  and  he  has  made  a  mockery  of  the  weapons  inspection  process.”

-Rep.  Nancy  Pelosi  (D,  CA),  Dec.  16,  1998
“Hussein  has  …  chosen  to  spend  his  money  on  building  weapons  of  mass  destruction  and  palaces  for  his  cronies.”

—  Madeline  Albright,  Clinton  Secretary  of  State,  Nov.  10, 1999
“There  is  no  doubt  that  …  Saddam  Hussein  has  reinvigorated  his  weapons  programs.  Reports  indicate  that  biological,  chemical  and  nuclear  programs  continue  apace  and  may  be  back  to  pre-Gulf  War  status.  In  addition,  Saddam  continues  to  redefine  delivery  systems  and  is  doubtless  using  the  cover  of  a  licit  missile  program  to  develop  longer-range  missiles  that  will  threaten  the  United  States  and  our  allies.”

ATTACK UPON U.S. SOIL SEPTEMBER 11, 2001

Letter  to  President  Bush,  Signed  by:

—  Sen.  Bob  Graham  (D,  FL),  and  others,  Dec  5,  2001
“We  begin  with  the  common  belief  that  Saddam  Hussein  is  a  tyrant  and  a  threat  to  the  peace  and  stability  of  the  region.  He  has  ignored  the  mandate  of  the  United  Nations  and  is  building  weapons  of  mass  destruction  and  th!  e  means  of  delivering  them.”

—  Sen.  Carl  Levin  (D,  MI),  Sept.  19,  2002
“We  know  that  he  has  stored  secret  supplies  of  biological  and  chemical  weapons  throughout  his  country.”

—  Al  Gore,  Sept.  23,  2002
“Iraq’s  search  for  weapons  of  mass  destruction  has  proven  impossible  to  deter  and  we  should  assume  that  it  will  continue  for  as  long  as  Saddam  is  in  power.”

—  Al  Gore,  Sept.  23,  2002
“We  have  known  for  many  years  that  Saddam  Hussein  is  seeking  and  developing  weapons  of  mass  destruction.”

—  Sen.  Ted  Kennedy  (D,  MA),  Sept.  27,  2002
“The  last  UN  weapons  inspectors  left  Iraq  in  October  of  1998.  We  are  confident  that  Saddam  Hussein  retains  some  stockpiles  of  chemical  and  biological  weapons,  and  that  he  has  since  embarked  on  a  crash  course  to  build  up  his  chemical  and  biological  warfare  capabilities.  Intelligence  reports  indicate  that  he  is  seeking  nuclear  weapons…”

—  Sen.  Robert  Byrd  (D,  WV),  Oct.  3,  2002
“I  will  be  voting  to  give  the  President  of  the  United  States  the  authority  to  use  force  —  if  necessary  —  to  disarm  Saddam  Hussein  because  I  believe  that  a  deadly  arsenal  of  weapons  of  mass  destruction  in  his  hands  is  a  real  and  grave  threat  to  our  security.”

—  Sen.  John  F.  Kerry  (D,  MA),  Oct.  9,  2002
“There  is  unmistakable  evidence  that  Saddam  Hussein  is  working  aggressively  to  develop  nuclear  weapons  and  will  likely  have  nuclear  weapons  within  the  next  five  years  …  We  also  should  remember  we  have  always  underestimated  the  progress  Saddam  has  made  in  development  of  weapons  of  mass  destruction.”

—  Sen.  Jay  Rockefeller  (D,  WV),  Oct  10,  2002
“He  has  systematically  violated,  over  the  course  of  the  past  11  years,  every  significant  UN  resolution  that  has  demanded  that  he  disarm  and  destroy  his  chemical  and  biological  weapons,  and  any  nuclear  capacity.  This  he  has  refused  to  do”

—  Rep.  Henry  Waxman  (D,  CA),  Oct.  10,  2002
“In  the  four  years  since  the  inspectors  left,  intelligence  reports  show  that  Saddam  Hussein  has  worked  to  rebuild  his  chemical  and  biological  weapons  stock,  his  missile  delivery  capability,  and  his  nuclear  program.  He  has  also  given  aid,  comfort,  and  sanctuary  to  terrorists,  including  al  Qaeda  members  …  It  is  clear,  however,  that  if  left  unchecked,  Saddam  Hussein  will  continue  to  increase  his  capacity  to  wage  biological  and  chemical  warfare,  and  will  keep  trying  to  develop  nuclear  weapons.”

—  Sen.  Hillary  Clinton  (D,  NY),  Oct  10,  2002
“We  are  in  possession  of  what  I  think  to  be  compelling  evidence  that  Saddam  Hussein  has,  and  has  had  for  a  number  of  years,  a  developing  capacity  for  the  production  and  storage  of  weapons  of  mass  destruction.”

—  Sen.  Bob  Graham  (D,  FL),  Dec.  8,  2002
“Without  question,  we  need  to  disarm  Saddam  Hussein.  He  is  a  brutal,  murderous  dictator,  leading  an  oppressive  regime  …  He  presents  a  particularly  grievous  threat  because  he  is  so  consistently  prone  to  miscalculation  …  And  now  he  is  miscalculating  America’s  response  to  his  continued  deceit  and  his  consistent  grasp  for  weapons  of  mass  destruction
…  So  the  threat  of  Saddam  Hussein  with  weapons  of  mass  destruction  is  real…”

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