A couple of readers wrote in wondering why we didnâ€™t run a story about a study that compiled statements made by President Bush and others about Iraq in the two years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
It was mentioned in the WeBlog section of the Op/Ed page, but it wasnâ€™t in our Nation and World report.
I should point out that those looking for some hidden conservative agenda here should go play somewhere else. Heck, those looking for some hidden liberal agenda are wasting their time, too.
OK, back to the topic at hand. Basically, comparisons of statements made leading up to and during the war versus what was found are topics that have been reported on many times in the paper over the past few years. So, with little new ground being covered, I didnâ€™t see any compelling reason to run it in the print edition.
On Kansas.com, however, we published the full story as well as posted links to the organizations that created the study.
That story can be found here.
If youâ€™re looking for another opinion on the study, Newsbusters and others have taken issue with it.
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