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Friday, March 31, 2006

"The Dog That Did Not Bark"

Andrew Card's resignation a few days ago from the Bush Regime reminded me of all these aspects of 9/11.
"The Secret Service should be in that video, but they are not. It is clear from their inaction that they KNEW FOR A FACT THAT THE PRESIDENT WAS NOT A TARGET OF ONE OF THE HIJACKED PLANES. The intended targets of the planes had to have been known. The dog did not bark because the criminal was its master."

1 Comments:

Blogger X. Dell said...

From the footage of the Booker Elementary School photo op that I have seen in "Fahrenheit 9/11," there is a sharp change in Bush's demeanor as soon as he is (presumably) told. As far as the thoughts going through his head at the moment, only George would know.

The strike on the second tower and the Pentagon pretty much killed the theory that the first strike was due to the error of "one bad pilot." So one would would expect the Secret Service to come in. And one of the things that the 9/11 Commission disclosed was that there was ample evidence of an impending attack.

Since Card was on the scene (after all, he was the guy whispering in Bush's ear), and it's also his job to protect the president, ya' have to wonder why he just didn't tell him to leave.

Of course, the administration is now looking to jettison any and all possible scapegoats. Let's see how far this goes.

Does anybody think that Colin Powell was smart to jump off the sinking ship rather than to be tossed overboard?

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