<h2>Prewar report doubted Iraq-al Qaeda tie</h2><br><h3>Senator: [color:red]Document shows White House was 'deceptive'</font color=red></h3><br><br>Sens. Dianne Feinstein, Carl Levin and <br>John Rockefeller discuss the Phase 2 <br>probe of prewar intelligence last week.<br><br>WASHINGTON (CNN) -- A Democratic senator on Sunday said newly declassified information shows that Bush administration officials repeatedly accused Iraq of training al Qaeda terrorists long after interrogators concluded the source of the report was "intentionally misleading" captors.<br><br>White House spokesman Scott McClellan told reporters traveling with Bush in Latin America Sunday that both Democrats and Republicans "came to the same conclusion" before the war -- "that Saddam Hussein was a threat and a threat that needed to be addressed."<br><br>Jay Rockefeller, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said he would not have supported the 2002 congressional resolution that authorized military action "knowing what I know now."<br><br>Rockefeller told CNN's "Late Edition" that al-Libi was "an entirely unreliable individual upon whom the White House was placing substantial intelligence trust." <br><br>He said Sunday's disclosure was another reason the Intelligence Committee needs to wrap up a promised investigation into how policymakers used intelligence data to push for war. The panel's initial probe focused on the quality of the intelligence and not how policymakers used it.<br><br>"That is a classic example of a lack of accountability to the American people," Rockefeller said. <br><br>
H A H A H A H A <br><br>the White House "Deceptive !!?? <br><br>N A W - T e l l u s i t i s n ' t S o o o o o ! <br>Where do you get this stuff, girl !!<br><br><br><br>sheez.. we saw that in 3 months after they took office... Cheney's secret, closed door - "invade Iraq".... er I mean "energy meetings". <br><br>and the gullible public let it go "unanswered" so we ended up later with $3 gasoline... now down to $2.25.... til the next excuse !<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
Right here you're seeing a bunch of those Democrats close to the establishment try to wriggle off the hook when it came to voting for the Iraq War. The crucial thing is whether or not they can prove that they were misled by the White House. That shouldn't be hard to take care of with the reports that are coming out now. Of course in politics, that does not compare to how well they can convey the message.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey
They all knew the wmd was a lie. This also includes the American mainstream (corporate) media. If an idiot like me can figure it out, then gee, you'd think all them smart guys could. But, these guys are so smart, they think regular citizens are dumb.<br><br>
<br>GEE! And after just two years<br>look how long it took to ferret out that document.<br><br>WOT? A SINGLE WEEKEND???<br><br>Mayhaps the Dems. should have put their foot down a wee bit sooner, huh?<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> Mayhaps the Dems. should have put their foot down a wee bit sooner, huh?<br> <p><hr></blockquote><p>Yeah March 1, 2003 !!! <br><br><br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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