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Neither do I... but there is an interesting angle of "conspiracy theorization" that has been a significant part of ATS discussion over the past two years that compares well against the basics of this recent mainstream press. There's good reason for this new-news to spark discussion, and recall old discussions. No matter what anyone's stance is on the "conspiracy" aspect of this information, two issues will be interesting to watch as this develops: 1) What, if any, political fallout occurs for the Bush campaign in this election year (certainly, as Springer points out, strong motivation for the timing of this story). 2) What, if any, questions arise over the truthfullness of the administration's motives for invading Iraq. Something that has had minor buzz in the news for months, might now become more pronounced. Despite any alternative theories of conspiracy, these two issues are poised to have a profound effect on the year's campaign craziness!
Originally posted by SeekerofAgain, as I mentioned, I see no deviation by the current Bush Administration from that set forth by the previous Clinton or the Bush Sr administrations.......
Despite any alternative theories of conspiracy, these two issues are poised to have a profound effect on the year's campaign craziness!