Friday, November 11, 2005

From the smart guys at The Plank

The Plank: "But the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence has yet to investigate what, exactly, the Bush administration did with the intelligence it received; how administration policymakers (and the administration-loyal intelligence chief, then-CIA Director George Tenet) responded to analysts who presented competing or contradictory intelligence; and whether the administration manipulated that intelligence to make its case for war. Which is precisely why Democrats shut down the Senate last week--to get the SSCI's chairman, Kansas Republican Pat Roberts, to actually start 'Phase Two' of its investigation."

No one yet as proven that the White House has not misused intelligence, as much as the Republican Talking Points try to tell us that's the case.

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