Monday, September 13, 2004


DETROIT (AP) -- Democratic vice presidential candidate John Edwards on Sunday accused President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney of misleading Americans by implying a link between deposed Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

"Today, Secretary of State (Colin) Powell made clear that there is no connection between Saddam Hussein and the attacks on September the 11th," Edwards said before an AFL-CIO rally. "From this day forward, this administration should never suggest that there is."
Maybe I missed it but, I never felt that the administration tried to link Iraq and Al-queda. What they did say was that Iraq supported terrorism, this has been proven over and over again. The President made it clear that the was a war against TERRORISM, not just Al-queda. You really have had to have had your head, well, somewhere, to even believe there was an implication.