Tuesday, March 23, 2004
We all see Clarke all over the news programs hocking his book. In the book Clarke says that there was no evidence of an al-Qaida/Iraq link. But he was singing a different tune in '99. In a 1999 Clarke told the Washington Post that the U.S. believed there was a link between bin Laden and Iraq after "bubba" ordered the bombing of the Sudanese pharmaceutical plant. Read the corresponding link below for the whole story. It seems that Richard Clake may have the Kerry Syndrome. You know the one where you contradict yourself on issues by stating both sides for your own benefit.
Credit to World Net Daily & Ted

I want to thank everyone who reads my blog. I put my sitemeter up on Feb. 15, and in just over a month I've received 1000+ hits. None of those being my visits. Just too bad that's not 1000 different readers, only hits. When I started this blog in Sept. '03, I thought maybe 10 hits a month would be my limit. This FAR exceeds my expectations. Stephen King calls his readers his "Dear Constant Readers". I may need to come up with a name for you all. And I have to give special thanks to my first reader, Jake. I figured he would be my only reader through this whole thing, and I would have been perfectly happy with that. He's been a "constant reader" for 6 months now. Again, thank you everyone.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing