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GUEST,Claymore BS: Bush: Repairing the Damage (21) RE: BS: Bush: Repairing the Damage 02 Feb 04


Well a liberal judge in the most liberal Circuit in America (known as the "Overturned 9th" for being the most overturned in Supreme Court history) has made a ruling. I don't think it will last long (as long as the designation of "terrorist organization" is properly made). Otherwise the Justice Dept can simply charge under the old conspiracy laws and make the same case.

As for David Kay, the "passionate truth teller about Iraq" I noticed that the Toronto editorialist did not mention Kays testimony in front of the Senate in which he disembowelled Kennedy, who was tring to suggest that the Bush Administration had tried to influence the intellegence analysts to upgrade their reports prior to the war. I have rarely had more fun watching CNN than I did during his testimony. If you think that testimony hurt the Bush Administration, than this election is going to be easier than I think.

He not only told Kennedy he found no such efforts at any point but also believed that Saddam was a true menace who needed to be stopped as soon as possible, and that the Presidents actions were reasonable with what he knew at the time. And the comment about "exaggerations" was Mr. Siddiquis, and not any portion of Mr. Kays testimony.

Now why do you think Mr. Siddiqui left those items out?????


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