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    Myths

    LIE: Congress saw the same intelligence as President Bush prior to the Iraq war

    TRUTH: Congress was dependent on the Bush administration for intelligence about Iraq

    LIE: Harry Reid called U.S. troops "losers"

    TRUTH: In 2007, Harry Reid said the Iraq war was only winnable politically

    LIE: Democrats like John Murtha said they had a "slow bleed" strategy on Iraq

    TRUTH: Politico claimed Democrats had a “slow bleed” strategy on Iraq

    LIE: Iraq's aluminum tubes were only suited for nuclear weapons

    TRUTH: Energy Department experts believed Iraq’s aluminum tubes were for artillery rockets

    LIE: Scooter Libby didn't expose Valerie Plame's identity as a CIA officer

    TRUTH: Scooter Libby told two reporters that Valerie Plame was a CIA officer prior to Robert Novak’s publishing that information

    LIE: The Associated Press invented a Baghdad police source named Jamil Hussein to hurt the Iraq war effort

    TRUTH: Conservative bloggers falsely claimed the Associated Press made up an Iraqi police source

    LIE: George W. Bush never said we should "stay the course" in Iraq

    TRUTH: George W. Bush consistently said the U.S. would “stay the course” in Iraq from 2003-2006