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    Did anyone else notice the phrase being thrown around along the lines of "intentions of having weapons of mass destruction programs"? I could have sworn I heard inspector Kay say something to that effect in front of the panel the other day. Do you suppose the administration passed this on to Kay? It was kind of weird. He was talking right along and without being asked yet (and I was waiting for Kennedy to ask the question) Kay blurts out that there was no pressure from anyone. Do you think Kay was pressured by the administration? I feel he may have ended up lying next to Dr. Kelly if he had not made sure to utter those words. Both the dems and the r's seemed a little frustrated by Kay's answers. Kay is a very smart man but that effort he made to remark on weather or not he was pressured seemed a little early in the going as he must have assumed it was going to be asked and talked about. Is Kay to be trusted? Is he holding back?
     
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    Do you trust him when he say's the intel was likely faulty? Do you trust him when he say's they haven't found any WMD?

    Why is there always some conspiracy involved when the Bush haters don't hear what they want?
     
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    I caught that as well, modman. Many don't have a knowledge, much less a recollection, of the true evil intent of the BFEE, or Bush Family Evil Empire. They wouldn't recognise at all what you and I both saw in that hearing. Nonetheless, Dr. Kay's remarks were plenty revealing as to what we have and what we're up against. It's sad that he somehow felt compelled to resign his chief inspector position.
     
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    So do you think the Bushes are EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE-VIL????

    :tinfoil: :rolleyes:
     
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    Like I said, jeff, many don't have any knowledge much less recollection about them. From Prescott Bush's involvement with the Nazi's, to GHWB's involvement with the death squads of the Iran Contra era to the present oil hungry dilemma of GWB, I think you owe yourself an education. I won't insult your intelligence by offering links here but I encourage you to do a little research on your own. There was a time that I scoffed as well. Maybe we can discuss the involvement of Neil Bush in the '80's and '90's S&L scandals at a later time?
     
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    I love it. First the president is so stupid - an IQ of 92 no less - that a log had more intellectual capacity. Now, he's the glorious mastermind of a sinister plot encompassing the CIA, FBI, several nations, the entire congress and David Kay.

    Wow, for only 92 IQ points we sure are getting our bang for our buck!
     
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    I love it!!!!!! GWB with an IQ of 92 "no less"!!!!!!!! Actually, I think it IS less but whatever you think!!!!!!! I think GWB is an embarassment to his father and grandfather. His propensities for manipulation and lack of intellect far exceed anything before demonstrated within the Bush family. It's just a damn good thing their handlers are still in charge of the "business" interests don't you think? Daddy Bush couldn't psychologically handle the food he was being fed in Japan and puked on the prime minister's lap. Jr. Bush can't psychologically handle anything beyond script and endless manipulation and pukes on the world.

    Thanks Moi, you've exceeded your knowledge with that remark!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Is that really his score, Psycho, or are you just repeating what you heard?
     
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    No, jimnyc, that was a repetition that I heard from Moi, but I think it was overestimated. Based upon the academic and professional publications produced by GWB I think the number is clearly based upon his father's accomplishments in a very seemingly complimentary way. I don't have a very high IQ either but I'm not so presumptious as to run for the Presidency of the United States of America and I certainly would not be manipulated to the point that I might achieve the Peter Principle. Did I say incompetent? I think so.
     
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    You need the help of several competent psychiatrists if you think that someone's IQ can be ascertained by looking at random writings or speeches and someone's intelligence quotient is the only relevant factor in determining that person's worth or apptitude to be president.

    Jimmy Carter is one of the "smartest" people on earth...has a documented high IQ and he was one of the most ineffective, indecisive leaders on the planet. Yet he is also one of the most kind, thoughtful, humble and worthwhile people on it too. Go figure!
     

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