Mr. Bush's Wrong Solution

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    "This news does nothing to bolster the confidence Americans need that the administration is not using intelligence for political gain."

    Maybe it doesn't need bolstering. Also, it seems to me that the incumbent administration is under constant attack by its opponents who use "intelligence" for their own political gain.
     
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    The fact that the article came from the NYT is all I needed to know.

    Glad to see that you can copy and paste the Left's talking points.
     
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    GOP_JEFF,

    Saw your signature and thought I'd alter it a bit. I'm not intending to spark a huge debate on this but as this board is what it is it may happen:

    10 out of 10 terrorists agree: Bush! We attack and he responds by attacking somebody unrelated:)!
     
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    "This news does nothing to bolster the confidence Americans need that the administration is not using intelligence for political gain."

    It probably would not need bolstering except for the fact that these ridiculous accusations are made simply as a sleazy attempt to discredit the Bush administration.
     
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    This column reeks!:gross2:
     
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    In my jab I of course meant Iraq - not Afghanistan
     
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    Your jab just shows how much you DON'T pay attention to what is said.
     
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    You missed Afganistan then? Or maybe the 9/11 report?
     
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    Clarified on the Afghanistan thing. And I believe this shows how much I DO pay attention. 9/11 Commission found no evidence of a collaborative relationship between Iraq and Al-Qaeda. One of the members recently compared it to two people at a high school dance - occasionally making eye contact and trying to form something more but each times one or the other not accepting.
     

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