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Valerie Plame also engaged in her own lie campaign by spreading the notion that the Bush administration ‘outed’ her as a CIA agent.

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Never mind that Plame had not been in the field as a CIA agent in some six years.

The truth is, due to their opposition to the war, Joe Wilson, Valerie Plame, the mainstream media and their left-wing friends on the blogosphere engaged in a propaganda campaign to undermine the Bush administration. rican people should hear the truth about Saddam’s uranium. The CIA dispatched former ambassador Joseph Wilson to Niger in February 2002 on an eight-day trip to that country to investigate; later, on published in the New York Times (“What I Didn’t Find in Africa”) charging that “some of the intelligence related to Iraq’s nuclear weapons program was twisted to exaggerate the Iraqi threat” and criticizing the Bush administration for citing the yellowcake evidence as proof of a possible Iraqi nuclear threat and using this claim as a key element in persuading members of Congress to pass a resolution authorizing use of force against Iraq and in “selling the war” to the American public.

Once the AP released the story, the mainstream media should have picked it up and broadcast it worldwide.

This never happened, due in large part I believe, to the fact that the mainstream media would have to admit they were wrong about Bush’s war motives all along. As it turns out, the people who lied were Joe Wilson and his wife.

Now that Saddam’s uranium has been made public and is no longer a threat to the world, do you think these aforementioned parties will apologize and admit they were wrong? It is up to you and me to inform them every chance we get. (In 2004, a bipartisan Senate intelligence committee report challenged the claims Wilson made in his piece, saying that “rather than debunking intelligence about purported uranium sales to Iraq, [Wilson’s report had] bolstered the case for most intelligence analysts.”) Shortly after the publication of Wilson’s piece, syndicated columnist Robert Novak revealed that Wilson’s wife, Valerie Plame, was a CIA operative, information he said had been obtained from two senior administration officials.

As far as the anti-war crowd is concerned, the next time they say that, ‘Bush lied,’ we should tell them to, ‘Have the yellowcake and eat it too.’ In 2001, the government of Italy came into possession of documents that purportedly demonstrated Iraqi officials were attempting to buy uranium yellowcake from Niger (yellowcake can be enriched in centrifuges to produce weapons-grade uranium), and the Italian government shared these documents with intelligence officials in the U. Critics charged that the exposure of Valerie Plame’s identity was a deliberate tit-for-tat retaliation orchestrated by the Bush administration that endangered lives (including Plame’s) in order to punish Wilson for taking his disagreement with the White House public. was anxious to transfer the yellowcake out of Iraq for a variety of safety concerns: dirty bomb, officials decided that in Iraq’s unstable environment, it was important to make sure it did not fall into the wrong hands.

The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence disagreed with Wilson and supported Mayaki’s claim.

This meant nothing to Wilson who was opposed to the Iraq war and thus had ulterior motives in covering up the prime minister’s statements. If the far-left and their friends in the media could prove Bush lied about Hussein wanting to purchase yellowcake from Niger, it would undermine President Bush’s credibility and give them more cause for asking what other ‘lies’ he may have told.

Both sides (and their supporters) accused the other of lying and double-dealing, and more than five years after the beginning of tons of yellowcake from the Tuwaitha Nuclear Research Center in Iraq, material which was sold and shipped to Cameco, a Canadian uranium producer. There are also health dangers associated with concentrated forms of natural uranium, and since little is secure in Iraq, officials wanted to remove it.

After the American invasion in 2003, Tuwaitha was looted.

Outraged by Bush’s insistence that the claim was true, Wilson wrote an Times in the summer of 2003 slamming Bush.

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