[Vision2020] State Budget Deficits

Tom Hansen thansen at moscow.com
Thu Jan 6 12:57:15 PST 2011

Bush himself admitted that he was a "victim" of faulty intelligence
provided to him by the NSA and CIA.  It was his way of grasping some
degree of deniability.

Oh, by the way . . .

The Iraq war was the first time in U.S. history that tax cuts were
introduced and enacted during times of war.  Add to that the fact that
manufacturing had been outsourced under Bush.  That was when the U.S.
commenced borrowing money from such warm fuzzies like China to the tune of
$10 trillion by November 2008.

Have you decided yet, Mr. Harkins, whether or not you support raising the
debt ceiling?

Here's another value to consider: Forthrightness (free from ambiguity or

Seeya round town, Moscow.

Tom Hansen
Moscow, Idaho

On Thu, January 6, 2011 12:37 pm, Joe Campbell wrote:
> Are you a member of the CIA? And how can you say in one sentence "The
> best evidence provided ..." and in another "No one will ever know for
> sure ..."? Those of us who are not in denial know for sure. There was
> NO credible evidence of WMD. The only people who say otherwise are
> folks who refuse to admit that Republicans can make mistakes.
> On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 10:02 AM, lfalen <lfalen at turbonet.com> wrote:
>> You are wrong on both counts. The best evidence provided by the CIA was
>> that there were WMDs. It is quite possible that there were, but were
>> removed before the inspections. No one will ever know for sure, one way
>> or the other. Just what do you call biological weapons? It is a known
>> fact that Iraq uses them.
>> Richard Armatage ousted Wilson's wife. Although she had been an
>> undercover agent, she no longer was. She worked at the Pentagon and
>> drove to work there.
>> Roger

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