. . . Friday April 27, 2007

Tenet Drops: Way Too Little, Long After it Matters

George Tenet is the latest Bush insider to shed some light on the ridiculous, lie-riddled lead up to the Iraq invasion:

There was never a serious debate that I know of within the administration about the imminence of the Iraqi threat,” Tenet writes, adding that there was never “a significant discussion” about containing Iraq without an invasion.

Tenet now describes himself as a scapegoat.

Wrong. The American people (and now others around the world) are the real victims of this campaign.

Tenet simply joins Colin Powell as another guy we thought we could trust (OK, not that much) who knew the truth and didn’t have the balls to risk a career to say, no, this is a all a big lie. No, these guys stood by and watched it all happen. They are no better than Cheney and the other sick fucks who hatched the plan to fool America.

Now he wants to make some dough telling us what we already know: Namely that you can’t trust any of them and the risks of war are no match for the concern for one’s own political well-being. Chief, take your book and shove it.

Concentration is important!