Thursday, June 16, 2005
"MORE DAMNING THAN DOWNING STREET"
"It’s bad enough that the Bush administration had so little international support for the Iraqi war that their “coalition of the willing” meant the U.S., Britain, and the equivalent of a child’s imaginary friends. It’s even worse that, as the Downing Street memo confirms, they had so little evidence of real threats that they knew from the start that they were going to have manufacture excuses to go to war. What’s more damning still is that they effectively began this war even before the congressional vote."-from the post on The Huffington Blog by my homey from West Seattle, Paul Loeb.