Saturday, January 28, 2006


I have sacrificed my precious social life to bring this week’s article to you, my readers. I should be up at the Winter X Games 2006 in the liberal and obscenely rich town of Aspen, Colorado. As anyone can guess, the Winter X Games for a snowboarder such as myself are the Olympics of the snowboard industry. I wanted to go watch a little bit, but I decided to stay at home and do my blog article this week (and get some study time in for several upcoming tests). With that said, let’s get to this week’s article.

Perhaps we finally are starting to see signs of the old adage “You cannot avoid the truth forever.” Recently el número dos general in Saddam Hussein’s military, General Georges Sada, revealed a bit of information that has proven to be acidic to the liberal story on weapons of mass destruction. General Sada explains that before the war, two airline pilots told him that Saddam's Republican Guard loaded chemical weapons onto two converted civilian aircraft, which the pilots then flew into Syria under the banner of humanitarian relief.

This makes sense to any reasonably open-minded person on several levels. First and foremost, it is still hard to believe the United States, France, Russia, Germany, Great Britain and Israel were all wrong concerning the weapons of mass destruction. However, feelings do not make evidence (that is hard for liberals to grasp, I know). However, we gave Saddam plenty of time to ship his weapons elsewhere. We openly debated with the world about the War On Terror’s Iraqi Theatre for months. It is logical, however, to assume Saddam would have shipped his weapons outside the country. By doing this, he would ensure his own survival. How so you may ask? It is simple if you think about it. If no weapons were ever found, Saddam could plead an illegal war removed him from power. Under a liberal court system, that could be enough to lighten his sentence (if he were in Vermont, that would be enough to clear him of all charges with an official apology from the State of Vermont). When you add these three events together (several intelligence agencies claiming he had weapons, months of debate prior to war, and survival in court), shipping the weapons off to another country not only seems plausible, but also logical.

Now, as this story gains more speed (like the snowboards at the X Games), the liberals will be faced with a slightly uncomfortable situation. Is it possible that President Bush told the truth after all? This would be a most unfortunate position for Mother Sheehan and the like. In fact, the only thing the liberals will be able to do in this situation is their standard approach – smear tactics. They will smear this general as a delusional right-wing agent of some sort. This is to be expected. But never fear, for as the old adage says, “You cannot avoid the truth forever.”

Another fine lesson from Conservative Textbook.

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