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
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I really LIKE Wallace. He has a lot of guts.
Same here. I am impressed with how he goes after everyone - Rat or Republican -- with persistence.
Are you two acting as a team?
At this hour, it could be so by default. :-) It's almost 1 AM here on the East coast. I should be in bed.
ah, but he doesn't even admit to voting for the war, only to give the President the authority to go to war IF.....blah blah blah
Hey, get some sleep. You're going to be an unhappy camper in the morning. Sounds like something I do all too often.
Of course they can! They do it all the time, usually brazenly, like here in WA state. They STEAL it.
The dims have talked so much about WMD that it's already sticking to them like flypaper. They are stuck on stupid.
But they can't steal enough of them and THAT is the point!
Whenever I see Joe Biden all I can watch is his funny hair
I hope you're right.
IMHO: After finding and reading these reports there's no doubt in my mind combined with 9/11 the President did the right thing of going to war against Saddam Hussein.
Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction
National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 80
Updated - February 11, 2004
Edited by Jeffrey Richelson
Originally posted December 20, 2002
Previously updated February 26, 2003
Documents - Press release - Further reading
Document 43: George J. Tenet, Iraq and Weapons of Mass Destruction, remarks prepared for delivery at Georgetown University February 5, 2004.
In the midst of the continuing post-war controversy over intelligence estimates of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction program, Director of Central Intelligence George Tenet gave this speech in which he addressed "how the United States intelligence community evaluated Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs over the past decade, leading to a National Intelligence Estimate in October of 2002."
In his talk, Tenet reviewed the "three streams of information" available concerning Iraqi WMD programs - Iraq's history, the inability of Iraq to account for weapons that it possessed at the time of the 1991 Gulf War, and information obtained after U.N. inspectors left Iraq in 1998. He also compared the estimate's descriptions of Iraqi WMD activities with what has been discovered by the Iraq Survey Group. He argued that "it would have been difficult for analysts to come to any different conclusions than the ones reached in October of 2002," but went on to say that "in our business that is not good enough."
Tenet also spoke about the role of U.S. and British intelligence in monitoring Libyan WMD, the activities of Pakistani nuclear scientist A.Q. Khan, and related topics.
Isn't that exactly what Libby is being indicted for?? Time to put her under oath.
Pray for W and Our Freedom Fighters
Biden's admission will be frontpage news in every rag in the country as well the alphabet networks. Excuse me, ROTFLMAO.
Aw, c'mon, Pop, just one more half hour. Please!!!
I can see the political ads now....
Senator Biden, not known for his truthfulness or honesty, had this to say about pre-war intelligence....
He is damned both ways...and his party with him!
Okay, but just this once. LOL
Smartest thing Bush and Rove ever did was to capitulate and let the dems have that vote.
In all fairness...READ THE INTERVIEW. The Caviat was in both. HE SAW THE CAVIAT. WHICH IS THE SAME CAVIAT THE DEMS HAVE BEEN SCREAMING ABOUT
I'm just saying Congress never sees the same intelligence as the White House, regardless of which party is in power in which branch.
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