Thursday, August 11, 2005

Now we know what Sandy Berger had up his pants.

Remember when Clinton's former National Security Advisor, Sandy Berger, was caught with hyper-classified documents stuffed in his pants after he made a curious trip to the national archives? This was about the time the Kangaroo Court, otherwise known as the 9/11 Commission, was trying to figure out just how we were attacked on 9/11. They conducted hearings with straight faces, ignoring that one of the commission members (another Clinton appointee) was the reason intelligence agencies were prohibited from sharing information.

Wouldn't it be an awfully big story if prior to 9/11 the US military had identified two of the 9/11 hi-jackers, but was unable to pass the info along because someone in the Clinton administration had a problem allowing inter-agency cooperation? Wouldn't it be a big story if the 9/11 Commission intentionally left this juicy bit out of their useless final report and then lied about having knowledge of it? Wouldn't it be a big story if a person who formerly held Coni Rice's current position as National Security Advisor was caught stealing classified national security documents around the time the 9/11 Commission was told about the dangers of two would-be hi-jackers, giving the appearance he was trying to help cover up what the Clinton administration knew and when they knew it?

It would all be a very big story, if implicated any Republicans.

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