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Did Bush lie about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq?

  • Yes yes and yes!

    For sure, 100% yes and yes! He told over 900 lies to sell the Iraq war and too many gullible Americans bought it! That loon hould have never been in office in the first place. Voters who voted him in should be ashamed of themselves. Its really crazy and a disgrace.

  • Yes yes and yes!

    For sure, 100% yes and yes! He told over 900 lies to sell the Iraq war and too many gullible Americans bought it! That loon hould have never been in office in the first place. Voters who voted him in should be ashamed of themselves. Its really crazy and a disgrace.

  • There were no WMDs in Iraq

    Bush obviously lied about weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) in Iraq. After a decade of occupation, these WMDs have still somehow failed to appear, and it has become obvious that Iraq was telling the truth - they never had them in the first place. Bush wanted to finish his father's war with Saddam Hussein and did so under false premises with no regard for the resultant loss of life on both sides of the conflict.

  • Yes, he sure did.

    The main focus on going to Iraq was based on oil. At the time, all of the middle eastern countries were selling their oil in US Dollars; meaning that the Americans were basically in ownership of it. The Americans didn't allow them to sell the oil for any other currency, until Iraq started to do just that, selling oil in Euros to (you guessed it) Europe. The bankers in the Federal Reserves were fuming, and as a result, President Bush sent US Agents into Iraq to "check for WMDs". This however was not the case, and after giving a red alert for the non-existing nukes, the tanks rolled in and blew the crap out of Iraq, destroying its infrastructure and creating another screwed up country. The funny thing is, guess what the first thing the Americans did when they took over power of Iraq? Started selling oil there in US Dollars again. Naughty Americans.

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