Wednesday, November 02, 2005

t r u t h o u t - William Rivers Pitt | Two vital weeks

Pitt Rivers thinks we have two weeks now to open up Bushco.
I am not sure. I think the big threat comes with Fitzgerald, and he is likely to take months to push forward.
I hope I am wrong.
We agree that the core issue is about taking us to war on a false prospectus.
But even though Butler exposed the fact that Blair had done that here, there was no one to fire the gun.
It was a firework that smoked but would not go off. It just went out.
Now the democrats huff and puff, but I doubt they have the breath to blow this Bush house down.
The big bad wolves are dressed up as Republicans.

t r u t h o u t - William Rivers Pitt | Nothing Shakin' on Shakedown Street?: "'However important Rove and Libby may be to this administration, neither represents the end of the story. George W. Bush and Dick Cheney, with deliberation and intent, took this country to war in Iraq based on false premises, inflated intelligence and bald-faced scare tactics. They used September 11 against their own people to get what they wanted. That is the heart of this matter. If Fitzgerald's investigation ends at Rove and Libby, it will have ended too soon. The Office of Special Plans to the White House Iraq Group, Cheney to Langley and Bush with his Executive Order, a war to get paid and cash money, honey, for Halliburton and friends. Rove and Libby are small fish. If and when they get fried, the stink may well fill the Oval Office. If George and Dick come out of this unscathed, Mr. Fitzgerald may as well have stayed in Chicago.'"


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