By Joel Wendland
The Saddam Hussein regime apparently didn't actually try to kill former President George H.W. Bush, according to recent media reports.
In addition to not possessing stockpiles of nuclear, chemical or biological, as the current Bush administration deliberately misled us into believing, or having ties to Al Qaeda, as some members of the Bush administration still try to claim, a recent semi-secret Pentagon report detailing the examination of hundreds of thousands of Iraqi documents shows that the former Iraqi regime probably hatched no plot to assassinate Bush's daddy.
But RawStory.com reminds us of the iron fist of Rumsfeldian logic: "The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence."
But then again half-buried media reports from 1993 also suggested at the time the Kuwaiti government made up the whole Bush 41 plot scenario anyway.