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WASHINGTON (AFP) -- Former defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld routinely used militaristic passages from the Bible on the cover pages of White House intelligence documents, according to new revelations by GQ magazine.
It said Rumsfeld displayed the passages over photographs of U.S. forces in Iraq to curry favor with then president George W. Bush, despite concerns about the incendiary impact on the Islamic world if they were ever made public.
One republished on the GQ website came from March 31, 2003, showing a U.S. tank roaring through the desert about 10 days after the United States invad
Originally posted by iamcamouflage
reply to post by justanothergangster2
I think it was to help sell the case to Bush and make him feel like he was doing gods work. I dont think Rummy really believed any of that stuff. He used Bush's blind faith against him.