Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Insert 'kaka - Qaqaa' pun here.

"The officials that were inside this facility (Al-Qaqaa) beforehand confirm that not even a shred of paper left it before the fall and I spoke to them about it and they even issued certified statements to this effect which the US-led coalition was aware of."

He said officials at Al-Qaqaa, including its general director, whom he refused to name, made contact with US troops before the fall in an effort to get them to provide security for the site.

If this weren't so perfectly emblematic of the Pub's prosecution of the war (not to mention Bush's entire administration) their evasions and non-denial denials might be gaining some traction.

But they aren't.

It's simple, really. Everyone in Washington knows what no one is saying -- Bush is toast -- so there's no reason to suck up to the Pubs any more by paying anything more than lip service to their crap.

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