Tuesday, January 24, 2006

We can't drop this

Eric Alterman (you should be reading him every day) tipped me off to this story in the Times last week. I'm with him in saying that we can't let this drop: there is more proof that the Bush administration was lying to get us into war in Iraq:

The headline reads:2002 Memo Doubted Uranium Sale Claim. That's right, more evidence that as early as 2002 the highest levels of the intelligence community doubted any attempts by Saddam Hussein to buy uranium from Niger. Among other reasons, the newly declassified documents point out that making this sale, "would have required Niger to send `25 hard-to-conceal 10-ton tractor-trailers' filled with uranium across 1,000 miles and at least one international border." The investigation was prepared by the State Department and the Defense Intelligence Agency and it discloses a multitude of factors that made this kind of sale unlikely, and it was released by Colin Powell almost a year before Bush's 2003 State of the Union speech.

As I say, we can't drop this.

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