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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Bush and Team Could Have Easily Prevented 9/11

 They fucked it up sooo bad it's incredible - typical of the rampant incompetence of the Bush Administration where ideology trumped competence on every important issue.

9/11 - Iraq -The Economic Meltdown - A Supremo Court of strict constructionists! -Want more of the same? Vote for those two hucksters and their right wing mob of  Biblical Boobies.-You'll get just what you deserve!


In the aftermath of 9/11, Bush officials attempted to deflect criticism that they had ignored C.I.A. warnings by saying they had not been told when and where the attack would occur. That is true, as far as it goes, but it misses the point. Throughout that summer, there were events that might have exposed the plans, had the government been on high alert. Indeed, even as the Aug. 6 brief was being prepared, Mohamed al-Kahtani, a Saudi believed to have been assigned a role in the 9/11 attacks, was stopped at an airport in Orlando, Fla., by a suspicious customs agent and sent back overseas on Aug. 4. Two weeks later, another co-conspirator, Zacarias Moussaoui, was arrested on immigration charges in Minnesota after arousing suspicions at a flight school. But the dots were not connected, and Washington did not react.
Could the 9/11 attack have been stopped, had the Bush team reacted with urgency to the warnings contained in all of those daily briefs? We can’t ever know. And that may be the most agonizing reality of all.