Friday, February 6, 2004
President Bush has named 7 people that will form the independent commission to investigation pre-war intelligence regarding the Iraq war. The two people that will head this commission are former Democratic Sen. Charles S. Robb and retired judge Laurence Silberman, a Republican. Other names on the commission are Sen. John McCain, Republican from AZ, Lloyd Cutler, former White House counsel to Presidents Carter and Clinton; former federal judge Patricia M. Wald; Yale University president Richard C. Levin, and Admiral William O. Studeman, former deputy director of the CIA. But of course Democrats are sitting pretty with this. They don't think Bush should be allowed to solely appoint the members of the commission. As if everyone of them are under his power and will do anything he says. As far as I can tell, there are at least two Democrats on the list. Maybe more, I don't know the political leanings of everyone there. And John McCain isn't someone who just lays down and does what he's told. He's not Janet Reno. President Bush has given them a deadline of May 2005 to release their findings. But of course the Democrats what it done before the election because they think they'll have somthing to use against Bush. Bush isn't Clinton. He doesn't cover things up and then lie under oath. But like I've said before, I don't care if Saddam had WMD's at that time or not. He needed to be taken out anyway. Plus, you know, he did have them. Check Syria, Iran, Pakistan. Hell, even Saudia Arabia if you want to find them.
The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing