Round Up The Ususal Suspects

Via Froomkinwe get confrimation of Assministration leaks to the right-wing press prior to the beginning of Chimpy’s Vanity War.

According to the report, “a key Pentagon office — run by then-Undersecretary of Defense Douglas J. Feith — had inappropriately written intelligence assessments before the March 2003 invasion alleging connections between al-Qaeda and Iraq that the U.S. intelligence consensus disputed.

“The report, in a passage previously marked secret, said Feith’s office had asserted in a briefing given to Cheney’s chief of staff in September 2002 that the relationship between Iraq and al-Qaeda was ‘mature’ and ‘symbiotic,’ marked by shared interests and evidenced by cooperation across 10 categories, including training, financing and logistics.”

Those conclusions, running so contrary to traditional intelligence findings, were “leaked to the conservative Weekly Standard magazine before the war” and then “were publicly praised by Cheney as the best source of information on the topic.”

Of course Bill Kristol is the editor of The Weekly Standard.

3 thoughts on “Round Up The Ususal Suspects

  1. Paul in LA says:

    Oh look!
    It’s O’Reilly’s older brother.

  2. Stephen Kriz says:

    I thought it was a special on proctology. Look at the size of that asshole on the screen!

  3. pluege says:

    do these devils feel anything for the massive suffering their lies and infantile fantasies have caused?
    .

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