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Post time 2006-5-20 20:18:49 |Display all floors

You have got to be kidding me Matt

"were hostile to Clinton"

Prove that to me.

Also, for you to say that 911 was not planned on Clintons watch....is foolishness.

As for the stocks....judge for yourself. Clinton shot his load and 6 months before getting out....

.....the stocks collapsed and now you want to blame Bush.

The crash also started on Clintons watch.

Now I know, you are not saying, that if Kerry got in......the same result would not have happened?

Are you?

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Post time 2006-5-20 21:15:48 |Display all floors
The USS Cole is an excellent example.

The USS Cole was bombed by terrorists in Yemen in September or October 2000.  The FBI and the Pentagon began an extensive investigation to determine who dunnit.  Neither of these organizations would tell Clinton who was responsible and what retaliatory action should be taken in response.

By contrast, when George Bush was defeated at the polls in 1992, he embarked on a humanitarian mission in Somolia.  The Pentagon, CIA and other military/ intelligence organizations fully supported Bush in his continuing role as president between the time of election day and inaugeration day.  Iraqi fly-overs into the no-fly zone were also increasing, but Clinton, as president-elect, said there was no daylight between him and Bush on the question of Iraq.

Finally, it is important to remember Tony Lake.  Tony who?  Yes, Clinton National Security Advisor Anthony Lake was Clinton's first pick for the CIA in 1997, just after Clinton was sworn in for a second term.  Political scandals erupted around Lake and continued until Clinton appointed George Tenet, who was one the CIAs own guys.  

So Clinton was never an insider, never trusted, and never loved by any of the organizations that failed America on 9/11.  Facts are stubborn  things.
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