Originally Posted by patteeu
I'm still waiting to hear what your point was in post 61. Once you make a point, I'll respond to it. If you can't answer this baseline question, there's really nothing to talk about.
Are you changing the subject again? In post 61 you were blathering about misleading statements by key administration officials, now you're just talking about faulty intelligence. You really need to focus a little tighter on whatever your point is.
I know you lack reading comprehension, but what is really so hard about figuring out the point of the post was that officials made misleading statements about the War in Iraq. The sold B.S. intelligence to the public.
Can you disprove that? With your own evidence?
Let us stick with two examples:
3/5/02 Joe Wilson tells CIA there's no indication that Iraq is buying yellowcake. [Date the public knew: 7/6/03]
This tells us that the Administration knew that Iraq did not have yellow cake, but the Administration withheld that information from the public until after we had gone into Iraq. Therefore, the American public was purposely mislead on Iraq.
3/15/02 British intel reports that there's only "sporadic and patchy" evidence of Iraqi WMD. "There is no intelligence on any [biological weapons] production facilities." [Date the public knew: 9/18/04]
Same with this one. The Administration withheld vital information to sell the war.
Can you prove that the administration did not withhold information?