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GUEST,guest from NW BS: Condi Rice on National Security? (94* d) RE: BS: Condi Rice on National Security? 26 Mar 04


"Rice is the only member of the Administration asked to testify by the commission who did not testify under oath."

but she's the person with the answers. she's the one who said noone could have predicted anyone using airplanes as missiles. as long as she refuses to testify under oath, she's the one with the credibility problem. and i don't buy the separation of powers thing. if 9/11 "changed everything" as the fearmongers remind us daily, then finding out what really happened should supercede any prior convention. the release of the clarke background briefing, approved by the whitehouse to fox news, is unprecedented. never done. but not only did fox news release it, they cut away from the live testimony of clarke to run it immediately when the question came up. now if that doesn't confirm fox as the videoPravda- propaganda arm of the repubs, i don't know what does. i wonder how soon the whitehouse will release r. novak to reveal his sources in the plame case.

by the way, i think there is enough blame to go around for clinton and bush but the event happened on bush's watch and he should have made an apologetic statement to the families (as clarke did) a long time ago. oh, and has one single gov't official lost his job or resigned over the 9/11 failure? hint-the answer is no.


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