Monday, March 24, 2003

Coalition forces discovered Monday a "huge" suspected chemical weapons factory near the Iraqi city of Najaf, some 90 miles south of Baghdad, a senior Pentagon official confirmed to Fox News. This has now been proven false. More quality reporting from FOX News Channel.

Little Green Football post about False Fox News Story

Little Green Footballs post about Internation Law and Geneva Convention

From this Salon News Article;

And then there is the liberation of the Iraqi town of Safwan, memorably described by New York Times reporter Dexter Filkins. "As hundreds of coalition troops swept in here just after dawn, the heartache of a town that has felt the hardest edges of Saddam Hussein's rule seemed to burst forth, with villagers running into the streets to celebrate in a kind of grim ecstasy, laughing and weeping in long guttural cries," Filkins wrote. "'Oooooo peace be upon you peace be upon you peace you oooooo,' cried Zahra Khafi, a 68-year-old mother of five, to a group of American and British visitors who came to the town shortly after Mr. Hussein's army had appeared to melt away. 'I'm not afraid of Saddam anymore.'

Natsocratic blogspot has linked BMA!

Reach Em High Cowboy Blog has linked BMA!

What are they saying? blog.

Here's what I posted on this entry at "what are they saying" blog.

You're trying to hard to herd all liberals into one pen. There are a lot of people opposed to this war for a slew of reasons, even if they don't all agree.

Since I work at a college radio station I see first hand some of the sillier or more repulsive reasons. Hey, I don't agree with a lot of them on many issues but I am still firmly opposed to this war.

I know how badly so many conservatives want to find the person the person the furthest to the left (Chomsky maybe?)and use that individual to indite the entire liberal populace. Sad to say it's working to some extent.

You're still wrong.

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