He also cites, erroneously, President Bush's State of the Union speech on the Uranium from Africa claim. The word "Niger" was never mentioned by the President. Here's the exact quote:
The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.I know this fact is very inconvenient for the anti-Bush and anti-Blair folks out there, but last time I checked Niger was a large country, but a pretty small piece of "Africa". Here, see for yourself.
Poor Ryle Dwyer, he also confuses an election, which Arnold Schwarzenegger won easily against a long list of other candidates, with a referendum, which the recall essentially was, and which Davis lost by a substantial margin. Dwyer even rounds the results incorrectly to boost his argument. He says Schwarzenegger got 48%, when he actually got 48.7%. The votes against the recall (or votes for Davis) were actually 44.7, not 46%.
Not a good day for Mr. Dwyer fact wise, but why worry about that, right?