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Democrats Reject Key 9/11 Panel Suggestion on Congressional oversight

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posted on Nov, 30 2006 @ 12:14 PM
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Democrats Reject Key 9/11 Panel Suggestion on Congressional oversight

Newly elected democrats, after promising that they would investigate 9/11 and bieng outspoken of how poorly of a job Bush and his administration have been, have derailed efforts and suggestions from 9/11 panels and experts for overhauling and more congressional oversight and funding for intelligence agencies, a crucial part to protect ourselves from another 9/11.



It was a solemn pledge, repeated by Democratic leaders and candidates over and over: If elected to the majority in Congress, Democrats would implement all of the recommendations of the bipartisan commission that examined the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

But with control of Congress now secured, Democratic leaders have decided for now against implementing the one measure that would affect them most directly: a wholesale reorganization of Congress to improve oversight and funding of the nation's intelligence agencies. Instead, Democratic leaders may create a panel to look at the issue and produce recommendations, according to congressional aides and lawmakers.


Seems that now that they are in power, they do not want to share the wealth and information do as promised. I just wanted to point this out to all of those who voted them into office with what is now lies and the promises that they would 'search for the truth'.




The decision will almost certainly anger commission members, as well as families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, many of whom have pressed hard for implementation of the recommendations.


Wow, I guess they are all on the neocon payroll, huh?

www.washingtonpost.com...

[edit on 30-11-2006 by esdad71]




 
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