[Vision2020] "The Buck Stops Here"
Sat, 19 Jul 2003 14:34:06 -0700
A agree, Mr. Moffett. King George may not have inventing passing the buck,
but he certainly has perfected its science.
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> The Bush administration has cited the British and the CIA as
> sources for the
> lies he told the nation about Iraq's nuclear weapons program.
> But he claims
> he believed what he said was the truth.
> The article that the link below leads to suggests otherwise.
> This article
> suggests that the information that the Niger uranium purchase was
> questionable was known, before Bush gave the speech with the false
> information, by individuals in the US government who should have been
> listened to by Bush. So either the communications in the Bush
> administration are problematic in the extreme on such an
> important issue, or
> Bush and his advisers for the speech had an agenda that they
> wanted to make
> the Iraq uranium purchase assertion to make their case for war more
> powerful, and truth be damned!
> President Truman was well known for having a sign on his deck
> that read "The
> buck stops here."
> It appears George W. Bush needs a sign on his desk that reads "Pass the
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