Skip to comments.Biden Admits to Seeing Same Pre War Intel That Administration Did.
Posted on 11/28/2005 6:51:26 PM PST by ArmyBratproud
On this past Sunday morning's interview with Tim Russert on Meet The Press, Democrat Senator Joe Biden stumbled and bumbled an admission towards the end of the interview.
When Russert forced the question about Senators seeing the section of the National Intel Estimate that listed a caviat from the State Department questioning some of the intel, Biden got trapped. As hard as he tried to avoid it, he ended up giving an answer that shows that he and other Dems saw the same pre war intel as Bush.
And he admitted that it was before the vote on the war. Thus showing he and the other Dems are not sincere in their calls and are playing politics with the war.
LOL!! Love it! Baaah!
Andrea Mitchell was on record saying many people in DC well knew Wilson's wife was CIA, but now she's changed her story, and Imus had great fun making her sweat.
The video/audio tape is here:
I'm trying to find out what Mitchell lied about on Imus.
Wallace: And I want to ask you about one specific case, if I can. You've charged repeatedly that the president said before the war that you couldn't distinguish between Saddam Hussein and Al Qaeda. Aren't you distorting what the president actually said?
How about this: "DemocRats are nothing but LIARS!!"
Senator Levin has been misquoting President Bush for ages, and finally someone called him on it. Chris Wallace on Sunday. I can't find a transcript or description of the exchange, but Levin, even faced with exact and precise evidence of his lie, refused to acknowledge it.
Here's background on the lie itself:
Mitchell: I guess I was drunk.
......and you're right. She's obviously lying thru her teeth.
If I get on, I'll do it (if I remember).
Dear God, the damage those two could do working together. We will cease to exist as the United States of America.
LOL at how, when Levin was caught red-handed, he immediately shifted into that old "Mission Accomplished" script, trying to distract Wallace.
Thanks so much for the transcript!
How terribly shocking!
Did you guys read the part from Biden that he really wasn't voting for war- he was voting to keep Saddam in a box??????
"It wasn't the status quo, anti, or war, it was whether or not we were going to keep him in a box."
Well great news, Senator Biden- Saddam is in a box- we call it a prison cell!!!!!! Tada!!!! Mission accomplished!
I was on the verge of booting them all out, till the House took that vote and called the Dems on their 'war' games. So long as they stay tough on the WOT I'll keep them in power.
The Senate is another matter altogether. Warner resolution, Linds and McCain's amendments?
Basically it comes down to two issues for me overriding everything else. WOT and Judiciary. There are other issues that make me fume but these two are vital to the survival of this nation, and really, the world in the case of the WOT.
Filibuster still in play. Hearings delayed. Judges still in limo in lower courts. Frenchified poll sniffing backs masquerading as tough on security Republicans. Uh-uh. This masquerade isn't fooling anyone. The Warner amendment was the last straw. The WOT was the last reason to keep those RINO's and Co. in power. Now they are showing they are as full of retreat as the Dems, only in slow-mo play.
As a result the Senate is up for grabs. I don't think the base has decided if they will choose to keep the majority or not. It's really our call, unless the Reps get their act together and start keeping their campaign promises in there.
I'm not into predictions, but if the election were today I'd say we'd keep the House easily. Lose Santorum. Maybe lose a couple other seats and retain a bare majority in the Senate.
If you look carefully at the '06 election, there just is NO WAY that the damned Dems can win a majority in either House.
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