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Wednesday, August 18, 2004


More Monday Morning Quarterbacking

Now it's from Doug Bereuter (R-NE). I love the quote:

"I've reached the conclusion, retrospectively, now that the inadequate intelligence and faulty conclusions are being revealed, that all things being considered, it was a mistake to launch that military action," Bereuter wrote in a letter to constituents in the final days of his congressional career.
Retrospectively and in the final days of his congressional career. Ah yes, there's nothing quite like hindsight and a lack of accountability to transform mine into men.

You might also note what he has been involved with in the House. Specifically the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. So, he saw much the same intel that Bush had available (not to mention Clinton, Kerry, Blair, Putin, Schroeder and Chirac, etc., etc.) and he came to the conclusion that our President should be authorized to order the use of force against Iraq. Now, in the waning days of his congressional career he wants to toss in his two cents. Makes me think he's either a coward (because he didn't make his opposition clear when his misgivings developed) or there are some sour grapes at work here.

Either way I, for one, am sick and tired of the intentionally-uninformed, 20/20 hindsight bashing of President Bush and the fact that he did what was necessary.


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