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Archive for September 10th, 2006



Cheney tried to spin that there wasn’t a connection between Saddam and 9/11 while trying to make a connection (yeah I got dizzy watching it).

When Russert brings up the Senate Intelligence Committee report, Cheney’s excuse is “I haven’t seen the report yet”.

This is hard to buy when you got a report released by the Republican controlled Senate that can be an indictment against the administration for their failures leading up to the war in Iraq and one of the key people in the report “hasn’t seen it”.

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Moore slices up health care in new film


TORONTO – First, General Motors. Then gun control, followed by George W. Bush. Now rabble-rousing filmmaker Michael Moore has turned his irreverent camera on health care in America.

“Sicko,” Moore’s dissection of the health care system, promises to be another hilarious documentary romp, based on excerpts he showed Friday night at the Toronto International Film Festival.

During a two-hour appearance, Moore discussed his career as a counterculture journalist, provocative filmmaker and liberal standard-bearer, and he played three clips from “Sicko,” which he said would be in theaters next June.

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Sen.: Iraq Would Be Better With Saddam

(CBS) When the Senate Intelligence Committee released a declassified version of its findings this past week, the Republican chairman of the committee, Pat Roberts, left town without doing interviews, calling the report a rehash of unfounded partisan allegations.

Its statements like this one, made Feb. 5, 2003, by then-Secretary of State Colin Powell that have become so controversial, implying Iraq was linked to terror attacks.

“Iraq today harbors a deadly terrorist network headed by abu Musab al-Zarqawi, an associated collaborator of Osama bin Laden and his al Qaeda lieutenants,” Powell said.

But after 2 1/2 years of reviewing pre-war intelligence behind closed doors, the lead Democrat on the Intelligence Committee, Sen. John Rockefeller (D-W.V.), who voted for the Iraq War, says the Bush administration pulled the wool over everyone’s eyes.

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