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Posted in 9/11, al-Qaeda, Ari Fleischer, Center for Public Integrity, Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, George W. Bush, Iraq, Iraq War, Paul Wolfowitz, Scott McClellan, September 11th, tagged Bush, Bush administration, Center for Public Integrity, Iraq, Iraq War, Politics, September 11th, terrorism, war, WMD on January 24, 2008| Leave a Comment »
The Bush administration told at least 935 lies.
The Center for Public Integrity actually counted them up in a recent study. If this number seems peculiarly low, that’s because it pertains only to those lies in the two years following the 2001 terrorist attacks, the ones which duped us into the war with Iraq.
Posted in 9/11, Americans, Colin Powell, Eric Gagne, George W. Bush, globalization, Hurricane Katrina, Jesse Watters, Karl Rove, Mark Texeira, Minneapolis, Minnesota, pollution, Richard Clarke, St. Paul, Texas Rangers, USA, Wolf Blitzer on August 3, 2007| 2 Comments »
Today speech writers put the finishing touches on the sermon Bush will give tomorrow in Minneapolis. The President plans to spend this evening memorizing the speech, asking Karl Rove what the big words mean, and hoping his Texas Rangers without Gagne and Texeira won’t be as hopeless as his presidency without Colin Powell and Richard Clarke. (more…)