|Condi Called! Prevarication Proven?||czardonic|
Jun 11, 2003 5:31 PM
Looks like the questions from Congress about the case for war that the Bush Administration sold them are getting more pointed. The forged "Nigerian Connection" is at issue here, and it looks like the Administration's excuses are just as dubious as the document itself.
Condi says that Bush's inner circle was unaware of the forgery or any suspicion thereof (and laudably tries to shift blame on low level subordinates). Turns out that Vice President Cheney's own office was aware of the forgery as early as February 2002.
|It couldn't be ...||sacheson|
Jun 11, 2003 7:13 PM
|... someone with GW's integrity involved in deceit? I'm shocked!
It must be a conspiracy within the Liberal Conspiracy Organization to defame our beloved!
|The real losers are Powell and Blair||kilimanjaro|
Jun 12, 2003 1:15 PM
|Blair is having a hard time aswearing his own cabinet on this. Powell who was the only Administration representative with widely accepted credibility now looks foolish.
By the way I am not implying that Bush/Rumsfeld have no credibility, only less widely accepted in the U.S. and internationally. People either believe them or they don't. I doubt any revelation will change any formed opinion.
The Administration reminds me a bit of Microsoft. You work with Microsoft you loose; you fight Microsoft you loose.