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Octafish Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-15-08 08:33 PM
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30. Bush Knew.
There he is, just told a second plane has been hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center, a half hour after hes been informed that a plane was hijacked and flown into the World Trade Center. He doesnt even wink when Andy Card tells him, America is under attack, let alone scramble the Air Force.

At BEST, this shows criminal dereliction of duty. Most LIKELY, it shows treason.

Plot to assassinate Bush reports

Ashcroft Flying High

Why would Osama bin Laden want to kill Dubya, his former business partner?

Genoa braces for G8 summit

Heres more on the warnings the administration received BEFORE SEPTEMBER 11, 2001:

Rice More Sordid Than Foley

On her recommendation, Tenet briefed Ashcroft and Rumsfeld (not Powell, though).

Rumsfeld, Ashcroft said to have received warning of attack

An exasperated Tenet then ordered an underling to brief Monkey in Crawford in August.

While Bush vacationed, 9/11 warnings went unheard.

Heres what seals the deal for me:

Bin Laden determined to strike in US

Then, he turned around and said to the CIA briefer:

"All right. You've covered your ass now."

The crazy monkey IS a traitor.
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