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Somebody needs to give this asshole a blow job so we can impeach him,
since lying and tricking the country into war evidently isn't enough.


Intelligence, Policy,and the War in Iraq

Summary: During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, writes the
intelligence community's former senior analyst for the Middle East, the
Bush administration disregarded the community's expertise, politicized
the intelligence process, and selected unrepresentative raw
intelligence to make its public case.

PAUL R. PILLAR is on the faculty of the Security Studies Program at
Georgetown University. Concluding a long career in the Central
Intelligence Agency, he served as National Intelligence Officer for the
Near East and South Asia from 2000 to 2005.

http://www.foreignaffairs.org/20060.../intelligence-policy-and-the-war-in-iraq.html
 
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In addition, reports coming out today say that the White House lied about
when it first heard that the levies failed during hurricane Katrina and it
is likely the Cheney authorized leaks of classified data.


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> Somebody needs to give this asshole a blow job so we can impeach him,
> since lying and tricking the country into war evidently isn't enough.
>
>
> Intelligence, Policy,and the War in Iraq
>
> Summary: During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, writes the
> intelligence community's former senior analyst for the Middle East, the
> Bush administration disregarded the community's expertise, politicized
> the intelligence process, and selected unrepresentative raw
> intelligence to make its public case.
>
> PAUL R. PILLAR is on the faculty of the Security Studies Program at
> Georgetown University. Concluding a long career in the Central
> Intelligence Agency, he served as National Intelligence Officer for the
> Near East and South Asia from 2000 to 2005.
>
> http://www.foreignaffairs.org/20060.../intelligence-policy-and-the-war-in-iraq.html
>
 
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ToMh wrote:

>Intelligence, Policy,and the War in Iraq
>
>Summary: During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, writes the
>intelligence community's former senior analyst for the Middle East, the
>Bush administration disregarded the community's expertise, politicized
>the intelligence process, and selected unrepresentative raw
>intelligence to make its public case.


Well, this has been pretty obvious for a long time now. Hilarious how
the reich-wingers refuse to admit it. They are such slimey, lying
scumbags.
 
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In article <[email protected]>,
"ToMh" <[email protected]> wrote:

> Somebody needs to give this asshole a blow job so we can impeach him,
> since lying and tricking the country into war evidently isn't enough.
>
>
> Intelligence, Policy,and the War in Iraq
>
> Summary: During the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, writes the
> intelligence community's former senior analyst for the Middle East, the
> Bush administration disregarded the community's expertise, politicized
> the intelligence process, and selected unrepresentative raw
> intelligence to make its public case.
>
> PAUL R. PILLAR is on the faculty of the Security Studies Program at
> Georgetown University. Concluding a long career in the Central
> Intelligence Agency, he served as National Intelligence Officer for the
> Near East and South Asia from 2000 to 2005.
>
> http://www.foreignaffairs.org/20060301faessay85202/paul-r-pillar/intelligence-
> policy-and-the-war-in-iraq.html


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