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    Title: FBI EKPOSED YouTube - the FBI
    interviews the FBI. ... SHOCKING ...
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    9/11 Warnings and FBI/CIA Bungling

    Sept. 11 Intelligence Failures


    "President Bush insisted that there was nothing in the August 6th, 2001 briefing, which was titled 'Bin Laden determined to attack the United States', that hinted what bin Laden was up to. Bush says that he would have moved mountains to stop the attack. Yeah, but he draws the line at reading a memo." —David Letterman

    "In response to a request by the 9/11 commission the White House agreed to declassify the president's daily intelligence briefing from August 6th titled 'Bin Laden Determined to Attack Inside the United States.' The commission also wants to see the August 20th briefing, 'No Seriously Bin Laden Determined to Attack Inside the United States' and also from August 26th, 'Mr. President, Please Put Down the Game Boy, Bin Laden Determined to Attack Inside the United States.'" —Tina Fey, Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update"

    "Earlier this week Congress began investigating these intelligence failures at the FBI and the CIA. They say the hearings will last less than a month and cost $5 million. This is what I love about Congress. Terrorists attack the United States, they investigate it for three weeks, spend $5 million. Have sex with an intern: three years, $40 million." —Jay Leno

    "I heard some good news today, the FBI and the CIA are going to start cooperating. They are going to start working together. And if you don't know the difference between the FBI and the CIA, the FBI bungles domestic crime, the CIA bungles foreign crime." —David Letterman

    "The CIA announced that they plan now to cooperate more openly with the FBI. The just haven't told the FBI yet. ... But if you think about it the FBI and CIA are very competitive. In times of trouble, both agencies want to be the one to drop the ball." —David Letterman

    "The White House admitted that President Bush was warned last summer about possible terrorist hijackings. Now Democrats are criticizing him for not seeing the 9/11 attacks coming. You think that is fair? Come on, he was attacked by a pretzel, he didn't see that coming!" —Jay Leno

    "How is this for irony; did you ever think two years ago Bush would be in trouble for something he knew?" —Jay Leno

    "You know, there was that controversial terrorist memo that never got to President George W. Bush. Well, they finally figured out what happened. Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shredded them with some Enron documents." —David Letterman

    "It was revealed this week that instead of tracking down the hijackers, the FBI had 10 agents working full time for 3 months investigating $300- an- hour hookers working a brothel in New Orleans. Huh! They are still trying to catch Bill Clinton. Why don't they stop?" —Jay Leno

    "Good news, the government's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy appears to be working. The bad news is that it is the FBI and the CIA. They're not really exchanging information." —Jay Leno

    "I saw an intelligence expert on TV today saying the White House failed to connect the dots. That's ironic because connecting the dots, that's Bush's favorite game." —Jay Leno

    "Senator Joe Lieberman said as far as these hijacking threats are concerned somebody should have put two and two together. Put two and two together? Well, that eliminates Bush right there." —Jay Leno

    "U.S. officials said yesterday that the big problem is that our intelligence agencies aren't sharing information. What kind of an excuse is that? We don't share our intelligence with the Chinese, they don't have any problem getting it." —Jay Leno

    "I don't want to bum you kids out, but New York is on a terror warning. Here's what you do, if you see anything suspicious, you make a note of it and you send it off to Washington. It should get to President Bush sometime within the next couple of years." —David Letterman

    "Today the White House admitted that President Bush was warned last summer that Al Qaeda may have been planning hijackings in the U.S. Of course now Congress is demanding answers. They want to know what did George Bush know, and when did Dick Cheney explain it to him." —Jay Leno

    "They are calling this whole mess the biggest intelligence failure since Dan Quayle was sworn in." —Jay Leno

    "The White House keeps saying they went with the best intelligence available, too bad the voters didn't." —Jay Leno

    "They say Osama bin Laden is still alive and planning more attacks. Now, the question I have is do you want to tell the FBI or should I?" —David Letterman

    "Bailer University in Texas wants to be the new home of the George Bush Presidential Library, they say they want to have a complete collection of all the memos and FBI warnings that Bush didn't read." —Jay Leno

    "Barbara Streisand faxed a memo to Dick Gephardt telling him to stand up against President Bush and his plans against Iraq. This is what I love, we have Barbara Streisand telling elected officials what to do and people looked at the memo and passed it around. Then we had memos about terrorists attacks sent to the FBI and President Bush and no one knows what happened to those." —Jay Leno

    "Folks, I've got to tell you something. These jokes may be new to you, but the White House was told about these jokes last July." —Jay Leno
     

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