Suggests attacks on WTC give Bush license to nuke Baghdad.
Suggests that Mohammed Atta met with Iraqi intelligence before 9/11 (and again on 8/4/02).
Promotes connection between Iraq and the Oklahoma City bombing.
Argues that invading Iraq is important for "psychological reasons", i.e., to humiliate the Arab world.
Pooh-poohs worries about Iraq as a Vietnam-style trap.
Promotes theory that Osama bin Laden is a puppet of Saddam Hussein.
Promotes Iraq-al Qaeda connection. Also once again promotes operational connection between Timothy McVeigh and Iraq.
Compares Scott Ritter, who was speaking out against a preemptive US invasion of Iraq, to surrenderist defenders of the Soviet Union and Pol Pot.
Suggests Saddam will have a nuclear weapon in three months.
Hypes Saddam's nuclear threat again.
Begins series of "they're not antiwar--they're just on the other side" posts.
Argues that things look "pretty good" in Iraq despite the press's "bogus looting stories" that were attempts to "hurt Bush."
Promotes connection between Saddam and Osama.
Insists that attacks in Iraq are akin to the Battle of the Bulge and not an indication things are going "badly." Claims that "anti-war types" want "America to lose" and "dance on our soldiers' graves" but doesn't name any.
Accuses Ted Kennedy of emboldening our enemies by comparing Iraq to Vietnam.
Accuses Michael Moore of giving "aid and comfort" to the terrorists.
Again promotes Saddam-al Qaeda connection.
Triumphantly announces that we're winning in Iraq and that the press is wrong. Predicts that it's only a matter of time before Ted Kennedy will be taking the credit for it. Also, brags that blogs like Instapundit helped "neutralize the psychological warfare" of the terrorists.
Accuses Democratic critics of the Iraq war of being unpatriotic and hurting our troops abroad.
Says Bush believes we're winning in Iraq and that he thinks it will be obvious by November 2006.
Calls John Murtha, who began publicly criticizing the war, a disgrace.
Announces that we're winning in Iraq again.
Calls generals who publcily criticized Rumsfeld "gutless."
Says we're winning again, which you'd know if you were "paying attention."
On the death of Zarqawi, accuses the press of emboldening the terrorists.
Breathlessly promotes Rick Santorum's "discovery" of WMD in Iraq.
Compares Iraq to Iwo Jima.
Compares the violence in Iraq to the violence in Philadelphia. Says the war "isn't terribly bloody."
Promotes bogus data indicating that violence is down in Iraq. Has to post a correction shortly after.
Wonders why Bush doesn't invade Iran, since Iran is the cause of "much of the problem" in Iraq.
Calls Americans who are worried about Iraq "cranky."
Offers to run symposium about what to do about Iraq.