Monday, April 05, 2004

The Master of Understatement From the Atlanta-Journal Constitution via the L.A. Times: Republican senator says Iraqi mobile labs probably 'did not exist' Chairman of Senate Intelligence Committee criticizes prewar U.S. intelligence By Bob Drogin WASHINGTON -- The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Sunday for the first time that Saddam Hussein's alleged mobile germ factories and labs probably "did not exist," and he sharply criticized prewar U.S. intelligence about Iraq's suspected weapons. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kan., who typically is a strong supporter of the CIA and the Bush White House, said the administration's use of flawed intelligence regarding the alleged mobile bioweapons facilities is "embarrassing for everybody." I think the last line pretty much sums up my overall feelings about the entire Administration. Hard to believe, this guy would head an Administration with flawed intelligence.
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