Contributed by: filbert Monday, April 10 2006 @ 12:53 PM CST
Rick Moran writes at the American Thinker[*1] about what is probably the biggest untold story of the 21st Century so far:
But in concentrating on the mote in the other fellow’s eye, Waas has missed the knife sticking out of the back of the Bush Administration; a knife planted by a group of leakers–organized or not–at the CIA who, unelected though they were, took it upon themselves to first try and prevent the execution of United States policy they were sworn to carry out, and failing that, trying to destroy in the most blatantly partisan manner an Administration with which they had a policy disagreement.
How can anyone possibly understand the motivations, the actions, or the thinking in the White House during this crucial time without taking into account the war being conducted against them by the CIA?
In truth, those predisposed to believe the worst about Bush chalk up all the maneuvering on the part of the White House to “covering up” their supposed misrepresentations and exaggerations of pre-war intelligence in the lead up to the war.
But what if there is a different explanation?
What if everything you think you know and despise about the Bush Administration is, in fact, wrong?