As Heard on XM Radio's POTUS 08
Read it over at the Standard.
The Editor at IP
Honest question:What's the rhetorical point in the argument over Iraq and al Qaeda? When I read these arguments back and forth, I always feel like there's something missing at the end, as in "...and that's why we should/shouldn't have invaded Iraq." Are such ties part of the argument for going to war? Or is it intended to call into question the credibility of those who criticize the war, who say there's no reason whatsoever to even think there was a connection between the two?There appears to be no disagreement over the lack of a link between Iraq and 9/11. That's not debated anymore. But this point is, and I'm a bit puzzled as to why.
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