Too often bipartisanship means working together to hide from the public what they should know. In this case, it definitely fits that position. Neither side has the benefit of innocence.
This comment attempts to equally blame both parties. That simply does not fit in this instance.
posted on 11/13/2003 5:47:29 AM PST
(God bless our troops!)
What is the truth of intelligence agency reports going into Iraq? There are surely some people that know. Perhaps you could let us know and end the suspense. We have the administration blaming the CIA and the CIA blaming the administration for exaggerating. If the administration is so blameless, they could clear the matter up by informing the public of what did happen.
Clinton showed his true color colors by "I did not have sex with that woman" and full support from his supporters. Now we have "I did not know that Sadaam did not have weapons of mass destruction", and a full denunciation from his supporters. His supporters are as disinterested in finding the truth as Clinton's supporters were. Both sides are culpable in hiding the truth. I call that equally dishonest and bipartisan.
posted on 11/13/2003 8:56:54 AM PST
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