Kerry campaign steps on Qaqaa
just in time! Here‘s the ad they’ve come up with.
Compare that with the Daily Recycler video.
The letter, signed by the head of the IAEA Mohamed ElBaradei, addressed the disappearance of the highly explosive material from a deserted military base in Iraq. The non-nuclear explosives had been monitored by the Vienna-based watchdog agency because they could be used to detonate nuclear bombs.
“The timing of this seems puzzling,” the spokesman for the American U.N. mission, Richard Grenell, told The New York Sun yesterday.
The letter was brought to the attention of the council on the last full week before the American presidential elections, quickly becaming a campaign issue. It was also a week after Mr. ElBaradei announced that he would seek another term as the director general of IAEA, despite American opposition.
The Bush administration opposes ElBaradei’s reappointment, so one suspects that this was a foreign effort to influence the outcome of America’s presidential election, aided by our domestic partisan liberal media.
As I pointed out earlier, Cliff May has stated “The IAEA and its head, the anti-American Mohammed El Baradei, leaked a false letter on this issue to the media to embarrass the Bush administration.”.