Intel Selectively Leaked To Shore Up Support For Iraq War
WASHINGTON - JULY 11 - The Bush Administration is once again playing the "fear card" as Congress continues to debate how to get out of Iraq.
News reports over the last two days claim:
"The Administration is desperately seeking support for its failed war strategy. 'Anonymous sources,' 'gut feelings,' what does all of this add up to? Throughout the early stages of the Iraq war a strategy of deception led by the Lincoln and the Rendon groups was used to create fear and more war. No evidence has been made public to suggest an attack on the United States this summer, just as there was no evidence that Iraq was harboring Weapons of Mass Destruction.
"Yesterday the President asked Congress for additional time before passing judgment on his Iraq war strategy. The President is on a mission: To get more money for his war. Congress must also be held accountable and not fall into the Administration's trap. We do not have to fund the war. We have the money to bring the troops home. It does not require a vote. It requires determination and truth," Kucinich concluded.