Tuesday, July 15, 2003

A Shifting Spotlight on Uranium Sales From this article:

WASHINGTON, July 14 — The White House defense of President Bush's State of the Union speech comes down to this: The president was technically accurate when he cited a British report alleging Saddam Hussein was seeking uranium in Africa, but he never should have said it.

The evidence "did not meet the standards we use for the president," said Condoleezza Rice, the national security adviser and the minder of Mr. Bush's pronouncements.

--What do you mean Condie? you mean that most presidents don't knowingly state FALSE claims that other nations are making deals for nukes as a pretext for a 1st strike war? Good. I think not using make believe intelligence that sounds better (to you) than the truth is a good policy. Jesus. And people hated Clinton...I don't care what Clinton lied about...it never got our soldiers killed in a war sold on lies.

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