Sunday, August 21, 2005

Historians Rethink Clinton's "Fellatio-centric" National Security Policy

Was it an effective strategy against emerging al-Qaeda threats?



Recently declassified testimony indicates the Clinton administration had ample opportunities to capture or kill Bin Laden. This information was not included in the 9/11 Commission's report. Some are wondering why.

3 Comments:

Blogger Bohemian Like You said...

This comment placed here for the same purpose that a bartender puts a couple of his own dollars in the tip jar at the beginning of his shift. Comments beget comments.

8/21/2005 10:13:00 PM  
Anonymous Zero Mostel, dead comic said...

There's enough blame to go around.

Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, a longtime Army intelligence officer who was active in the Able Danger project said on CSPAN's Washington Journal on Sunday that the U.S. Army killed operation Able Danger just months before 9/11. He has no information as to why the killed the program.

In other words, the Bush Admin. ended operation Able Danger. If Able Danger was so important (as conservative bloggers are saying) then why arn't these same conservative bloggers mad at the Bush Admin. for ending the program. Why arn't they mad at former Attorney General Ashcroft for cuttting the terrorist budget Before 9/11. Why arn't they mad at George Bush for diverting the war on terror with the war in Iraq. Why arn't they demanding that the U.S. Army be allowed to go into the mountains of Pakistan and find Osama Bin Laden (who was once wanted Dead or Alive...)

The U.S. Gov't, both Democrats and Republicans, screwed up before 9/11.

8/22/2005 01:02:00 PM  
Blogger Bohemian Like You said...

There certainly is enough blame to go around. I don't believe most Conservatives blame Clinton - they do blame the 9/11 commission for their partisan fault finding.

8/22/2005 05:07:00 PM  

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