The Wall Street Journal tops its world-wide newsbox with word that a U.S. raid in southern Iraq uncovered a factory that officials say was used to construct deadly roadside bombs that the military previously thought were made only in Iran.Sorry Bushie, busted yet again. Never forget. Anytime their mouths move, it's a lie.
Before Saturday's raid in southern Iraq, officials previously thought the roadside bombs that can penetrate armor were brought fully assembled into Iraq. The WSJ is the only paper to focus on that angle of the story, and the rest mention how American officials put on display the bomb-making components, which they said were made in Iran. The NYT is alone in reporting that a few of the cardboard boxes containing some of the parts had labels and addresses that seemed to indicate they didn't originate in Iran.
I'm a very lucky person with every allergy known to man but still happy to be enjoying a wonderful life living in the best place in the world!