20th June 05:27
CIA Workers Outraged At Bush Jr.
Raymond McGovern, a former CIA ****yst and supervisor, says, "Never
before in my 40 years of experience in this town has intelligence been
used in so cynical and so orchestrated a way."
"The Agency ****ysts that we are in touch with are disheartened,
dispirited, angry,” he says. “They are outraged."
U.S. intelligence and senior administration officials admit there has
been little new evidence about Iraq's weapons program in the five
years since U.N. inspectors left Iraq, the New York Times reports.
Lawrence Korb, former assistant secretary of defense, says of the Bush
administration, "They were like lawyers trying to convince a jury. So
they took bits and pieces of evidence to present the best case."
White House officials said Friday that President Bush and his national
security advisor, Condoleezza Rice, did not entirely read the most
authoritative prewar assessment of U.S. intelligence on Iraq, missing
a State Department claim that an allegation Bush would later use in
his State of the Union address was "highly dubious," the Washington
Was this before or after God ordered Bush to attack Iraq?