Breaking news from the
SFGate.com website quotes presidential
candidate, Wesley Clark, saying the "President is more concerned with political security than national security." Clark further contends that Bush
has been obsessed with Saddam Hussein since first gaining office, and did not do enough to protect the nation against impending terror attacks.
Clark commented on the slow speed of the inquiry begun last summer over who divulged a CIA official's name, with the rapid speed of the O'Neill
investigation. "They didn't wait 24 hours in initiating an investigation on Paul O'Neill," Clark said. "They're not concerned about national
security. But they're really concerned about political security. I think they've got their priorities upside down."
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[Edited on 13-1-2004 by SkepticOverlord]
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