What Don't They Want Us To Know This Time?
By Number Six
Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 03:24 PM
Huhboy, we're at it again: The White Slum won't release the entire FIE report.....One needs to ask, gee, why not? Wasn't that one declassified bit bad enough? Proving that the Iraq Annexation is very good for meeting Al Qaeda's recruitment numbers?
In the bleak National Intelligence Estimate, the government's top analysts concluded Iraq has become a "cause celebre" for jihadists, who are growing in number and geographic reach. If the trend continues, the analysts found, the risks to the U.S. interests at home and abroad will grow.
Freepers and other assorted Rethugs take notice: Please stop attempting to spin this thing to make us all think we can win in Iraq. We are not that stupid, and yes, we can read, thank you.
But why won't they release it all? Would make for interesting reading! Why?
Sen. Jay Rockefeller of West Virginia, the intelligence committee's top Democrat, said the decision to invade Iraq shifted focus away from U.S. counterterrorism efforts.
"There is no question that many of our policies have inflamed our enemies' hatred toward the U.S. and allowed violence to flourish," he said. "But it is the mistakes we made in Iraq - the lack of planning, the mismanagement and the complete incompetence of our leadership - that has done the most damage to our security."
For some insane reason, someone thinks that releasing the declass portions show "we can win in Iraq", and that's according to the spin afforded us by braindead freepers who apparently didn't read it, or were busy coloring in the pictures.
It worries me now. The declassified portion says it loud and clear: We are making more enemies this way. Is this something to cheer about?
Apparently so, but you know those Rethugs, they wrote the book on back-asswards.