President George W. Bush had it wrong the entire time. There was no connection whatsoever linking the events of September 11, 2001 and the war in Iraq. The link was between 9/11 and intelligent design, not Iraq. Of course, how could anyone miss such obvious an observation?
In an interesting article on OpedNews.com, a list of twenty things we now know five years of September 11, 2001 is provided. In the article, the author discusses Bush's deliberate rejection of the facts, which leads him to accept intelligent design.
Upon this, and some of the other items mentioned, I have two questions. First, who is really intentionally rejecting the facts? (See here).
Second, the article makes many connections to how these 20 items show failure in Iraq, but he makes little, if any, connection to the events of 9/11, which was the original premise.