Thursday, July 15, 2004

How much can the president release

"The bigger question is why ... The president -- the commander-in-chief, who decided when and how to take us to war -- won't share this document with the Congress," Singer said.

The National Intelligence Estimate concluded Iraq possessed chemical and biological weapons but noted dissent from the State Department's intelligence service and other agencies.

in 20 years will the historians look back bush and say he was more than fair and that he answered calls to release data? I don't know, but it seems like at least in recent cases that the democrats are yelling for information: Condi, the recent senate committee report, Richard clake, and this above, and in those cases the data has not really helped their case.


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