Did Senator Rockefeller "tip off" Saddam?

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Al Greenlaw
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Did Senator Rockefeller "tip off" Saddam?

[url=http://www.therant.us/staff/swirsky/11292005.htm]Did the WMD's go to Syria?[/url]

[quote]Rockefeller's Treachery
The Fifth Column/Joan Swirsky
November 29, 2005 - "[b]I took a trip by myself in January of 2002 [/b] to Saudi Arabia, Jordan and [b]Syria[/b], and I [b]told each of the heads of state that it was my view that George Bush had already made up his mind to go to war against Iraq [/b]"” that that was a predetermined set course which had taken shape shortly after 9/11."

So spoke Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) on "Fox Sunday" on November 14, 2005, who at the time of his trip was chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and is now its vice chairman.

Please read the first paragraph once again, digest it (if your stomach can handle it), and consider its immense "“ if not treasonous "“ implications.

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He told the [b]Baathist - as in Saddam[/b] regime in [b]Syria[/b] that war with Iraq was inevitable over a year [b]before[/b]. No wonder we didn't find any WMD's.

Why is there no outrage over this?

Al

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Did Senator Rockefeller "tip off" Saddam?

He is a democrat. We expect him to sell out the country. :wink:

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Did Senator Rockefeller "tip off" Saddam?

This globalist is also a prominent member of the CFR and the Trilaterals and has profited greatly from the Iraq war as the Rockefeller family has from WW1, WW2, the Korean war and Vietnam. They have made billions from these wars, selling oil and arms to the enemy and to the U.S.
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Did Senator Rockefeller "tip off" Saddam?

Except in the most overt cases the act of [i]treason[/i] has, in the U.S., lost its meaning. It has become a non-action. Think of the sale of military secrets to China. The disappearance of laptops from the FBI/CIA. The going-and-coming of govt computer hard drives full of classified information. The stealing and destroying of classified documents from the Library of Congress. On and on....

I don't know that Sen. Rockerfeller's actions are treasonous -- maybe just stupid and/or egotistical -- but I'd sure like to see a new national debate about what is treason and what isn't.

skf

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