Saturday, June 7, 2008

So What Did That Senate Intelligence Report Actually Say?

First, let’s summarize the six conclusions that are unfavorable to the administration:
- Two are complaints about the scarcity of footnotes and caveats,
- Two are objections to single statements (both with substantial extenuating circumstances),
- One largely deals with subjective “implications” and things not actually said,
- And one is problematic.

Be sure to remember that, for the first time since it was established the Democrats stated in a memo that they intended to use the Intelligence Committee as a political tool, possibly in violation of Senate ethics. In the past this was considered dangerous to the nation as the committee was far to important to national security. But that doesn't really seem to matter to Democrats anymore.

Check out the story, the Democrats seem to have followed through with their plan!
Mick Wright

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