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Posted on 09/11/2006 11:55:48 AM PDT by S.S. Monkeyface
I remember hearing on the radio Friday that the person who wrote the misleading Senate report that purports to show no connection between Saddam and Al Qaeda was an active Kerry supporter and contributor who somehow got onto the Republican staff. Does anyone else remember this? Who was the staffer that wrote this piece of propaganda?
Don't know the staffers name .. but he works for Hegal
The Kerry Campaigner on the Republican Staff of the Senate Intelligence Committee
Some in the GOP ask: Which side are you on?
I've got the widows wide open
|Eric Rosenbach: The Kerry Campaigner on the Republican Staff of the Senate Intelligence Committee
|Posted by Stajack
On News/Activism 09/10/2006 7:34:13 AM CDT · 23 replies · 554+ views
National Review Online ^ | 6/21/06 | Byron York
As the Senate Intelligence Committee struggles to complete its investigation into prewar intelligence, some Republicans have become increasingly concerned that they are at a disadvantage in the bitter and partisan fight over what is known as Phase Two of the probe. We dont have a majority on the committee, says one Hill Republican, noting that while the GOP, of course, maintains formal control of the committee there are eight Republicans and seven Democrats Republican lawmakers have lost effective control because two of their own, Senators Chuck Hagel of Nebraska and Olympia Snowe of Maine, sometimes side with Democrats....
Thank you everyone. How did this troll/mole get on teh staff in the first place?
Rosenbach is the guy primarily responsible for this report, right?
"Thank you everyone. How did this troll/mole get on teh staff in the first place?"
With Hagel and Snowe on the committee, the publisher of Daily Kos could get on the staff.
I only have my kitchen window and bedroom windows open.
Republicans have NO SPINE when it comes to outing the Hezbocrat perps.
Thanks to the genius of CQ reader Harrison Colter, I now have searchable PDFs of the Phase II reports. The new copies have already paid dividends. In the overall report on pre-war intel accuracy, two of the conclusions of the report seem to have gotten lost in the mainstream media coverage.
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has concluded that Saddam Hussein maintained his stocks of biological material intended to create weapons as well as missiles banned by the cease-fire in 1991. In fact, as the report states, Saddam never accepted the missile-range restrictions and intentionally developed missiles to violate them.
I also log into left wing neo-marxist sites and bash them over the head with facts like these.So far they`ve avoided posting any story on the Senate report.Most likley they know how bogus a big lie it is.
PING for Senate intel committee story.