Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Bald Faced Lies

Everybody should mark their calendars and put a brief note in their diary for today. This is truly a remarkable and memorable day. Today I agree 100% with Condolezza Rice. Yesterday while pretending to be a diplomat in Saudia Arabia she said it was "incomprehensible" that she would have ignored dire warnings from George Tenet on July 10, 2001 about Al-Qaeda's intent to attack the U.S.

Condi honey, that is absolutely right...It is "incomprehensible"! You and your idiot boss sat around on your asses and watched while the most foul attack on America happened.

JIDDA, Saudi Arabia, Oct. 2 — A review of White House records has determined that George J. Tenet, then the director of central intelligence, did brief Condoleezza Rice and other top officials on July 10, 2001, about the looming threat from Al Qaeda, a State Department spokesman said Monday.

The account by Sean McCormack came hours after Ms. Rice, the secretary of state, told reporters aboard her airplane that she did not recall the specific meeting on July 10, 2001, noting that she had met repeatedly with Mr. Tenet that summer about terrorist threats. Ms. Rice, the national security adviser at the time, said it was “incomprehensible” she ignored dire terrorist threats two months before the Sept. 11 attacks.

Mr. McCormack also said records show that the Sept. 11 commission was informed about the meeting, a fact that former intelligence officials and members of the commission confirmed on Monday.

When details of the meeting emerged last week in a new book by Bob Woodward of The Washington Post, Bush administration officials questioned Mr. Woodward’s reporting.

Now, after several days, both current and former Bush administration officials have confirmed parts of Mr. Woodward’s account.

Officials now agree that on July 10, 2001, Mr. Tenet and his counterterrorism deputy, J. Cofer Black, were so alarmed about an impending Al Qaeda attack that they demanded an emergency meeting at the White House with Ms. Rice and her National Security Council staff.

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