[FoRK] anyone seen this: Paul ONeil and Ron Suskind
dmorton at bitfurnace.com
Mon Jun 23 07:35:42 PDT 2008
Thats a damned good question. I consider myself pretty well informed on
If there was a trial for murder, or at least manslaughter, minutes of a
meeting in January 2001 looking for excuses start a fight would be
exhibit #1. Its motivation. Everything else flows from there.
I had heard of this from a friend in an intel community outside of the
US, who told me that they knew Bush was going to war with Iraq from the
minute he was elected. I hear this, I think, before that interview, so
maybe that masked it out for me?
On 6/23/2008 12:48 AM, Jeff Bone wrote:
> On Jun 22, 2008, at 10:48 PM, Damien Morton wrote:
>> Well, I thought it was all supposition, and didnt know that there
>> were actual minutes from meetings to back it up.
> So here's the second-order question: given that there were, and that
> some --- even folks other than insiders --- knew that there were, and
> that this was reported in some far-flung reaches --- why do you think
> this isn't more commonly understood?
> I don't know the answer, but this is a common pattern --- and it
> concerns me gravely.
> Long-baseline press interferometry, my man. It's the only way to
> travel in this day and age. ;-)
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