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Simulator reactor. It wasn't built yet,this we know for our people have been there and removed all their nuclear material. I assume this means planned one.


http//www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1620262/posts
More than that - it verifies Saddams efforts to maintain his Nuclear program in direct contravention of the U.N. sanctions.
I never doubted that anyway. I always suspected he planned to crank everything asap when possible.

This is meaningless realistically. To we who want to know the truth,we already knew this man needed to go,to those who are serving the interests of satan....er I mean Saddam,the use of an Iraqi A bomb tonight wouldn't convince them,they've believed the lie and they'll stick with that until they perish.
No, I really give them more credit. I think they actually believe the things are true that we know are untrue. If a person is constantly reinforced with the same disinformation he/she learned in school, don't think they are being disingenuous.

Most aren't aware of much in the political arena - and even more don't care much one way or the other. To them, the sophisticated thing is to mock and always think the worst. Jay Leno can't find pedestrians walking down the street who know which way is up. Sean Hannity sends roving reporters out to interview passersby, and it is unusual if one in ten can name who the Vice President is. They know who is still left on American Idol and the best hacks for internet games - but anything cerebral is just mental.

The Leftists who engage with political banter in forums like AI-Jane, have enough gumption to know who the Vice President is, but rely on disinformational web sites to buttress their incorrect perceptions. It may be frustrating at times, but to help them come to honest conclusions, you sometimes have to work at it, be polite with them, draw out their honest opinions, and bounce it around a bit until they are ready to commit to understanding they may disagree with the disinformational web sites. If I'm wrong, I hope they show the same patience with me so I can change my thinking and embrace truth when it lies hidden.
William,

It's the same effect. If Saddam was Hitler,not another American would support the war today,it is not a matter of truth and facts at this point.

It's ideology and most Americans cannot stomach mentally or emotionally what Iraq means. Iraq means we're in a REAL war and most Americans are not up to that.

We are as a people exactly what Bin Laden says we are as a people.

WEAK AND fearful BABIES AMONG WOLVES.

Most of us thought the 2002 success against the Taliban was good,appropriate and the end of the conflict. They were wrong. They are revolting against reality at this point,we simply do not have the national fortitude to win a war effort unless a minority of Americans is all it takes to win a war effort. If we have an enemy that demands more for victory,we lose.
WmLambert Wrote:No, I really give them more credit. I think they actually believe the things are true that we know are untrue. If a person is constantly reinforced with the same disinformation he/she learned in school, don't think they are being disingenuous.

Most aren't aware of much in the political arena - and even more don't care much one way or the other. To them, the sophisticated thing is to mock and always think the worst. Jay Leno can't find pedestrians walking down the street who know which way is up. Sean Hannity sends roving reporters out to interview passersby, and it is unusual if one in ten can name who the Vice President is. They know who is still left on American Idol and the best hacks for internet games - but anything cerebral is just mental.

The Leftists who engage with political banter in forums like AI-Jane, have enough gumption to know who the Vice President is, but rely on disinformational web sites to buttress their incorrect perceptions. It may be frustrating at times, but to help them come to honest conclusions, you sometimes have to work at it, be polite with them, draw out their honest opinions, and bounce it around a bit until they are ready to commit to understanding they may disagree with the disinformational web sites. If I'm wrong, I hope they show the same patience with me so I can change my thinking and embrace truth when it lies hidden.
You're good at what you do, Wm.
I agree with William's prescriptions,but fear the success rates will always be terribly minute.

Deluded humans chose that view,no one made people believe a lie.