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A Vast Conspiracy?

Wednesday, May. 28, 2008 3:44 AM

Former White House Spokesman Scott McClellan has written a book in which he says President Bush was not 'open and forthright' on Iraq and relied on propaganda to sell the war.

No, really?


The IAEA is expressing concerns that Iran is concealing details of their nuclear energy program.

However, those concerns are based on documents provided by 'Western intelligence agencies.' And when you have a former White House spokesman admitting the current war was fueled by propaganda, when you have a president who ignores NIE's that refute claims of Iran having an active weapons program, I'd hope that 'obvious' facts get more scrutiny than usual.


Former President Bill Clinton is alleging a conspiracy to keep Hillary from winning the nomination, and that she's being treated with gross disrespect.

I don't know, why should we respect a woman who lied about facing sniper fire, or who keeps using the 'I'm tired' excuse at the same time she's selling the image of her being ready for the 3 AM phone call?

And, Bill, it's disingenuous to discount caucus results and claim the adjusted numbers represent some kind of inevitable victory for Hillary. I can get that kind of fuzzy math listening to the spin on the Iraq War.


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