Friday, June 06, 2008

Great argument:

Stephen Hayes of the Weekly Standard doesn't like the Senate Intelligence Committee's report that concludes that "in making the case for war, the administration repeatedly presented intelligence as fact when it was unsubstantiated, contradicted or even non-existent".

So how to combat that charge? Simple. Step one: Don't:
I'll leave it to someone more industrious to correct the numerous errors in the report and in the news stories about it.
Step two: Quote Jay Rockefeller's statements from '02 and '03 which aligned (somewhat) with White House claims.

That should be convincing to the typical Weekly Standard suscriber.


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