April 17, 2004

Coming Tomorrow. Sunday Times: "The attacks of Sept. 11 seemed to come in a stunning burst from nowhere. But now, after two weeks of extraordinary public hearings and a dozen detailed reports, the lengthy documentary record makes clear that predictions of an attack by Al Qaeda had been communicated directly to the highest levels of the government."

As it becomes obvious that the 9/11 Commission will be finding plenty of fault with the Bush Gang and knowing how thin-skinned they are to even a whiff of criticism, I'm not surprised to hear Delay and others trying to smear the Commission as partisian, hoping to pre-emptively blunt the impact of the Commission's report. The wing-nuts have apparently forgotten that AWOL appointed a majority of the Commission's members, including its Chairman, and set most of its rules.

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