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Sunday, November 20, 2005

Rumsfeld: I Didn't Advocate Invasion



On This Week, Stephanopoulos asked Rumsfeld, had he known the intelligence concerning WMDs was inaccurate, if he would have still advocated going to war with Iraq. Rumsfeld responded by stating that he was never asked. Imagine that, Bush never consulted the Secretary of Defense regarding the case for war (video).

Like everything else with this administration, the facts state otherwise. The rewriting of history begins.

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