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"VIDEO - Jon Stewart Explains 'The Weakest Leak'"
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There was a female Scooter in the Reagan revolution. She recently said:
"Citizens know. If we had a major terrorist event tomorrow half the country--more than half--would not trust the federal government to do what it has to do, would not trust it to tell the truth, would not trust it, period." (link here) .
The weak link liar admin is only fooling the fools.
COMMENT #2 [Permalink]
... Jo said on 11/1/2005 @ 10:38 am PT...
"As you know, over the weekend, people at the White House set their clocks back to Watergate. No, setting the clocks back, means the nights are getting longer. Boy, more bad news for Scooter Libby." --Jay Leno
COMMENT #3 [Permalink]
... Jo said on 11/1/2005 @ 1:03 pm PT...
WASHINGTON - Democrats forced the Republican-controlled Senate into an unusual closed session Tuesday, questioning intelligence that led to the Iraq war and deriding a lack of congressional inquiry.
"I demand on behalf of the America people that we understand why these investigations aren't being conducted," Democratic leader Harry Reid said.
Taken by surprise, Republicans derided the move as a political stunt.
"The United States Senate has been hijacked by the Democratic leadership," said Majority Leader Bill Frist. "They have no convictions, they have no principles, they have no ideas," the Republican leader said.
Reid demanded the Senate go into closed session. The public was ordered out of the chamber, the lights were dimmed, and the doors were closed. No vote is required in such circumstances.
Reid's move shone a spotlight on the continuing controversy over intelligence that President Bush cited in the run-up to the war in Iraq. Despite prewar claims, no weapons of mass destruction have been found in Iraq, and some Democrats have accused the administration of manipulating the information that was in their possession.
Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, was indicted last Friday in an investigation that touched on the war, the leak of the identity of a CIA official married to a critic of the administration's Iraq policy.
"The Libby indictment provides a window into what this is really all about, how this administration manufactured and manipulated intelligence in order to sell the war in Iraq and attempted to destroy those who dared to challenge its actions," Reid said before invoking Senate rules that led to the closed session.
Libby resigned from his White House post after being indicted on charges of obstruction of justice, making false statements and perjury.
Democrats contend that the unmasking of Valerie Plame was retribution for her husband, Joseph Wilson, publicly challenging the Bush administration's contention that Iraq was seeking to purchase uranium from Africa. That claim was part of the White House's justification for going to war.
Sen. Trent Lott, R-Miss., said Reid was making "some sort of stink about Scooter Libby and the CIA leak."
A former majority leader, Lott said a closed session was appropriate for such overarching matters as impeachment and chemical weapons _ the two topics that last sent the senators into such sessions.
In addition, Lott said, Reid's move violated the Senate's tradition of courtesy and consent. But there was nothing in Senate rules enabling Republicans to thwart Reid's effort.
As Reid spoke, Frist met in the back of the chamber with a half-dozen senior GOP senators, including Intelligence Committee Chairman Pat Roberts, who bore the brunt of Reid's criticism. Reid said Roberts reneged on a promise to fully investigate whether the administration exaggerated and manipulated intelligence leading up to the war.
COMMENT #4 [Permalink]
... Robert Lockwood Mills said on 11/2/2005 @ 7:36 am PT...
Before yesterday, the only people allowed to play hardball were Republicans and Chris Matthews.
Now Reid is playing it. And like all bullies, the Republicans don't like it when someone hits back.
Memo to Bill Frist: You're not in the hospital operating room now. Everyone else doesn't have to defer to you. We're not nurses and orderlies, we're citizens. Oh, and by the way...how about returning the profit on the stock you sold improperly?
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