Tuesday, July 13, 2004

English Radio: Bush Says WMDs will Never be Found

English Radio: "Bush Says WMDs will Never be Found
US President, George W. Bush conceded in his speech that there was no Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq on Monday, but he again tried to defend his invasion of Iraq. Bush in Swallowing his often repeated groundless statements said we should not wait to see any WMD stockpiles in the occupied country. He confirmed that the case for War against Iraq hinged on allegations that Saddam Hussein had vast arsenals of chemical and biological weapons, and could easily hand such devastating power to terrorists like Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda network. This is while many US politicians have dismissed the relations between Saddam and former business partner of George. W. Bush, Osama Bin Laden. Bush's central public case for war hinged on Such weapons have not been found, and recent polls show Americans feel the war in Iraq has left them less safe from terrorists -- not a good sign for the incumbent just four months before the November 2 presidential elections"


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