Iraq war started with overwhelming
support in the U.S., in an atmosphere that brooked little
dissent. Today, it splits the nation into irreconcilable camps:
Americans are nearly
evenly split on the question of whether or not it was
a good idea to invade and occupy a country that posed no threat
to us and had never attacked the U.S.
was a long, hard slog rolling back the rising tide of pro-war
sentiment, but once the facts started to get out there – Iraq
"weapons of mass destruction," no links to the 9/11
hijackers, no nukes and no means to make them – Americans
began to wake up. As the arguments made by the antiwar movement
from the beginning were confirmed, one by one, the tide of
public opinion began to turn.
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important about this rather amazing performance is not that
we're stars (although Justin Raimondo thinks he is!),
but that it forces the War Party to operate within certain
constraints. Because once they begin circulating their latest
lie, it isn't long before Antiwar.com broadcasts the debunking
around the globe.
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