Friday, February 9, 2007


Washington Post:
Intelligence provided by former undersecretary of defense Douglas J. Feith to buttress the White House case for invading Iraq included "reporting of dubious quality or reliability" that supported the political views of senior administration officials rather than the conclusions of the intelligence community, according to a report by the Pentagon's inspector general.

Feith's office "was predisposed to finding a significant relationship between Iraq and al Qaeda," according to portions of the report, released yesterday by Sen. Carl M. Levin (D-Mich.). The inspector general described Feith's activities as "an alternative intelligence assessment process."
If I'd been doing this longer, I'd have posted many more examples. The evidence piles on top of itself: the Administration deliberately manipulated intelligence. They lied us into war. It's not just impeachable, it's criminal!

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