was not a lie.
It may have been inaccurate, but it was never a lie. There is a difference between lying and not having complete exact facts. The Rats don't seem to know the difference. (of course they don't even know what "IS" is or what constitutes sex, so what would you expect.
(Just FII I do not believe in was inaccurate either)
posted on 07/12/2003 7:54:14 AM PDT
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You're right: it never has been a lie, and President Bush didn't even have to seek the meaning of "is," not once. With all the lying the past admin did, it's just plain amazing to see their sudden concern for the truth. The dems wouldn't know the truth if it bit them on their rear ends.
posted on 07/12/2003 8:19:25 AM PDT
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Many decisions made in intelligence assessments are based on incomplete information, or badly understood transmissions, interpreted by analysts who operate as much on hunch and intuition as solid deduction. But sometimes, the incomplete or erroneous information, in combination with the analyst's "lucky" guess, comes up with what may be very nearly termed the real state of affairs. The intelligence reported tends to point to an attempt by Saddam Hussein to purchase refined uranium from an African source. Nowhere is there made any assertion that the sale was consummated. But Saddam might have bought some, perhaps in sufficient quantity to produce nuclear weapons. Bush didn't want to take the chance on the latter possibility.
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