Friday, December 16, 2005

Bush Had More Prewar Intelligence Than Congress

WaPo reported A congressional report made public yesterday concluded that President Bush and his inner circle had access to more intelligence and reviewed more sensitive material than what was shared with Congress when it gave Bush the authority to wage war against Iraq.

Gee, a congressional report says that. I wonder what an Executive Branch report would say?
Democrats said the 14-page report contradicts Bush's contention that lawmakers saw all the evidence before U.S. troops invaded in March 2003, stating that the president and a small number of advisers "have access to a far greater volume of intelligence and to more sensitive intelligence information." The report does not cite examples of intelligence Bush reviewed that differed from what Congress saw.
Maybe the truth is the Congress Critters just did not bother to see what was available to them.

1 comment:

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