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October 12, 2005


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More foreboding and stark prognoses on Iraq from insiders

PS note Matthews:

As NBC's Chris Matthews reminds us, while the ultimate result of this investigation may be the indictment of one or more Bush officials, what this is about is the Administration's case for going to war, which centered on WMD which were never found. On that note, the CIA releases a report today which, USA Today says, "rebukes the Bush administration for not paying enough attention to prewar intelligence that predicted the factional rivalries now threatening to split Iraq. Policymakers worried more about making the case for the war, particularly the claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, than planning for the aftermath, the report says."

I stumbled across this the other day, a March 2003 roadmap put out by CSIS for dealing with the aftermath of Iraq, a little blast from the past to remind us that some people took the post-war planning seriously, just not the ones that happened to matter at the time.

It's like they're writing their constitution by wiki

Snort. Still chuckling over that one, emptypockets.

the wiki would do a better job.

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