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Bush 'Disappointed' by Ex-Aide's Harsh Memoir
Highly critical of the administration, former press secretary's new book stuns former colleagues, who accuse him of disloyalty and a lack of credibility.
McClellan says in his new memoir that he came to realize that the war was sold with propaganda that inflated the threat posed by Saddam Hussein. He says administration officials didn't deliberately lie — but they became wrapped up in trying to shape the story to their advantage, and ignored intelligence that didn't fit the picture.
Originally posted by DimensionalDetective
AAAAHAHAHAHA...Now DESPERATE damage control is kicking in!!
Whitehouse Officials are 'Flat Out Angry', Calling McClellan 'Traitor', 'Benedict'
Originally posted by weedwhacker
I am hoping to escape the USA....I'm think of emigratng to Australia.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
The fact that Bush and Cheney are not behind bars is proof that the democratic system is broken. Why is no one talking about it? That's rhetorical, btw.
The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.
Originally posted by vor78
White House spokesman Scott McClellan told reporters that Clarke's "assertions are deeply irresponsible and they are flat-out wrong." He also said Clarke's "past comments and actions contradict his current rhetoric when it comes to Iraq."
"If Dick Clarke had such grave concerns, why wait so long? Why wait until the election?" Instead, McClellan said, Clarke "conveniently" released a book in the middle of the campaign season.
LOL. Pot, meet kettle.
Vice President Dick Cheney said Clarke "wasn't in the loop" on major decisions and may hold a personal grudge against Rice.