White House Changes Story Yet Again
The White House, along with releasing transcripts of the tapes--I'm sorry, I mean declassified information on the Iraq War(carefully selected, no doubt) once again changed their story
about the Niger uranium claim:
The official said the change had been made after internal White House deliberations about the best way to present the information and not, as intelligence officials have said, in response to concerns raised by the C.I.A. about the credibility of intelligence reports that Iraq had tried to purchase uranium in Niger.
That's at least two turnabouts this week alone, and probably only happened because the almost-fall guy Tenet named
Robert Joseph, a staff member of Bush's National Security Council and a special assistant to the president, as the one who insisted the loudest on this piece of crap data being used to lie to the American public, its elected representatives and the entire goddamn world. Or is it dada? Increasingly it's looking to be.
This is a hallmark of bad liars. They are floating as many stories as they can in hopes that one will stick. Is anyone going to cut the shit here?
Well, let's try this: see what they say when they're under oath. Call Condoleeza Rice to face the Senate and let the chips fall where they may.