The Iraq War: Part 86,954,239

They said Saddam Hussein worked with Al-Qaeda to coordinate 9/11. They were wrong.

They said Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. They were wrong.

They said we would be greeted as liberators. They were wrong.

They said the war would be over in a matter of weeks or months, not years. They were wrong.

They said the war would pay for itself in oil revenue. They were wrong.

They said PFC Jessica Lynch had been raped by her captors. They lied to us, knowingly.

They said the insurgency was in its death throes in 2005. They were wrong.

They said they were not torturing Iraqi prisoners. They lied to us, knowing.

They said extremists would flee the area, not congregate to it. They were wrong.

Someone remind me why we should be interested in their opinions again now?

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