Monday, September 25, 2006

Where's the fraction of the outrage?

Boy, the administration is really struggling with the revelation by the Wapo and other major papers that the latest NIE finds that the:

" 'centrality' of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, and the insurgency that has followed, [has been] the leading inspiration for new Islamic extremist networks and cells that [they] are united by little more than an anti-Western agenda. . . It concludes that, rather than contributing to eventual victory in the global counterterrorism struggle, the situation in Iraq has worsened the U.S. position."

Administration spokesmen came right and said. 'this is what we've been saying all along.' Since is buying that nonsence, John Negroponte now says, according to the WaPo again, the conclusion reached by the NIE that the "Iraq war has increased the threat from terrorism is only 'a fraction of judgments,'" whatever that means.

Even though it's pretty clear from what I've read that the consensus is that Iraq has turned into one big Jihad University, at tax payer expense no less, this is only a few voices and just listening to them "distorts the broad framework they create."

Talk about double-speak! They've been outed and caught redhanded.

Where's the outrage?


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