Monday, December 03, 2007

But will it play in Peoria?

posted by The Vidiot @ 3:24 PM Permalink

This story about how Iran stopped its uranium weapons program in 2003 is starting to make the rounds in the MSM.

This cannot possibly bode well for the Bush administration’s plans to bomb Iran back into the stone age. And I love the last line:
In a separate statement accompanying the N.I.E., Deputy Director of National Intelligence Donald M. Kerr said that given the new conclusions, it was important to release the report publicly “to ensure that an accurate presentation is available.”
Which basically means they had to rush and get it out there before the people who want to bomb Iran got their hands on the information and did their usual cherry picking and whatnot.

Very interesting indeed.

Though, I'm sure the 23% or so of the folks who still believe bombing Iraq was a good thing will either not see this story or discount it altogether.

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At 8:38 AM, Anonymous Bill said...

Just like the Senate held pro forma sessions to prevent bush from making anymore of his lousy "emergency" recess appointments.

Some people are figuring out how to stop some of bush's worst BS, and I love it!

 

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