Wednesday, April 09, 2008

What's so bad about cherry-picking intelligence? I love cherries. Everyone does. Cherries are DELICIOUS.

I'm working on a longer post, but in the meantime please to enjoy this NPR Morning Edition interview with Iraq war architect Douglas "I heart Ahmed Chalabi" Feith. In it, he postulates that if forces within the State Dept. and the CIA had not attempted to exclude Chalabi, a known fabricator of false intelligence on Iraqi WMD, from discussions on Iraq war planning, then we would not be stuck still occupying Iraq.

Hilarious. I mean, in a "pathetic attempt at revisionist history from a discredited neocon hack who's doomed to live out the remainder of his life in ignominy and bitter recrimination" kind of way.

4 comments:

Grant Miller said...

Did you see this MFer on "60 Minutes?"

Dave said...

I saw the 60 Minutes interview. What a sweaty jerk. Thinks he can out-smart everyone in the world.

dguzman said...

Arrogant effing bullies, all of them. We can only hope that all the neocon assholes will "'live out the remainder of [their lives] in ignominy and bitter recrimination.'"

vikkitikkitavi said...

Grant & Dave: No, I didn't see the 60 min. interview. I think I'm watching the John Adams thing when that's on.

DGuz: Don't forget the fortune in speaker's fees.