Tuesday, January 11, 2005

Not to say "I told you so" . . .

. . . but I told you so.

For the most brain-dead Rethuglican sycophants out there, still living in fantasy world and hoping that you haven't been snookered by your Glorious Leader, here it is in black and white (colours you folks might be able to understand):

The hunt for biological, chemical and nuclear weapons in Iraq has come to an end nearly two years after President Bush ordered U.S. troops to disarm Saddam Hussein. The top CIA weapons hunter is home, and analysts are back at Langley.

In interviews, officials who served with the Iraq Survey Group (ISG) said the violence in Iraq, coupled with a lack of new information, led them to fold up the effort shortly before Christmas.

Four months after Charles A. Duelfer, who led the weapons hunt in 2004, submitted an interim report to Congress that contradicted nearly every prewar assertion about Iraq made by top Bush administration officials, a senior intelligence official said the findings will stand as the ISG's final conclusions and will be published this spring.

. . .

Intelligence officials said there is little left for the ISG to investigate because Duelfer's last report answered as many outstanding questions as possible. The ISG has interviewed every person it could find connected to programs that ended more than 10 years ago, and every suspected site within Iraq has been fully searched, or stripped bare by insurgents and thieves, according to several people involved in the weapons hunt.

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"The September 30 report is really pretty much the picture," the intelligence official said.

Yep, everything you know is wrong, Dubya. You might have know that if you hadn't been so friggin' blasted on booze during your TANG days so you didn't black out and forget the sage wisdom tendered by the Firesign Theater back then. . . .


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