Their house of lies is crumbling
The attacks on Bush from the mainstream are getting bolder. The NY Times and Washington Post are openly questioning Bush now, a pleasant change from their previous role as compliant mouthpiece.
The Republican chairman of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee suggested Wednesday that the White House might bear some responsibility <might?> for President Bush’s faulty charge that Iraq tried to buy nuclear weapons fuel from Africa.
Cheney under pressure to quit over false war evidence
“Dick Cheney, the US Vice-President and the administration’s most outspoken hawk over Iraq, faced demands for his resignation last night as he was accused of using false evidence to build the case for war.
He was accused of using his office to insist that a false claim about Iraq’s efforts to buy uranium from Africa to restart its nuclear programme be included in George Bush’s State of the Union address – overriding the concerns of the CIA director, George Tenet.
Mr Cheney was also accused of knowingly misleading Congress when the administration sought its authorisation for the use of force to oust Saddam Hussein.”
And check this out…
CIA didn’t get disputed documents until February 2003 after Bush claim
“When the Bush administration issued its pre-war claims that Iraq had sought uranium in Africa, the CIA had not yet obtained the documents that served as a key foundation for the allegation and later turned out to be forged, U.S. officials say.”
This firestorm rages larger every day. As I’ve said before, pass me the gasoline.