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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

"Hubris": New documentary reexamines the Iraq war 'hoax'

"Hubris": New documentary reexamines the Iraq war 'hoax'

It was produced by left-leaning Mother Jones and MSNBC, but also includes a well-known NBC News investigative reporter, the one who recently broke the story about the 16-page drone memo. What to make of it? Not sure yet. Should know more after it airs tonight.

And for those who are wondering: Yes, I voted for George W. Bush in 2000. Yes, I initially supported the war, at least the thought of the war because I believed that when we could help free people we should, and because I believed there were weapons of mass destruction as we had been told. (Yes, looking back, I feel naive for having thought in such black-and-white terms concerning war.) And, yes, I voted against Bush in 2004 because of the weapons of mass destruction debacle.

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