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February 14, 2007

Pre-war intelligence

The Star runs a story from the Associated Press titled “.‘Alternative’ prewar intel reports examined; Production of reports linking Hussein, al-Qaida was inappropriate but not illegal, probe finds.”

This manipulation of prewar intelligence, which helped lead our country into a war that has cost thousands of lives and which was authorized by Donald Rumsfeld, is only called “inappropriate.”

It seems to me that someone should be serving jail time for this, or is it the case that if people are high enough up in the government they are immune from punishment?

The entire war-mongering cabal of Bush cronies, and Bush himself, should be behind bars.

David Hann
Lawrence

Comments

Engineer

whispering
But Jefferson never saw The Star or any of today's newspapers.

whispering_to_kc

"Where the press is free and every man able to read, all is safe." - Thomas Jefferson

Gary

I have seen the following quote attributed to Thomas Jefferson: "A man who reads only newspapers knows less than a man who reads nothing at all." I have not been able to confirm the attribution, but I'll bet that TJ would take credit for it if he could.

Mr. Hann is a living embodiment of that wisdom.

Gary

I have seen the following quote attributed to Thomas Jefferson: "A man who reads only newspapers knows less than a man who reads nothing at all." I have not been able to confirm the attribution, but I'll bet that TJ would take credit for it if he could.

Mr. Hann is a living embodiment of that wisdom.

jack

Sophie, is David Hann your real name?

 
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