Another smoking gun has arisen today, this time in for form of a scathing new
report in Italy. The subject at hand - the origin of those forged documents that
lead to the now infamous 16 words spoken by the President when he said Iraq was
trying to obtain uranium yellow cake from Niger.
The smoking gun comes this time in the form of our National Security Advisor
who was at the time the deputy NSA, Steven Hadley. It appears that Mr. Hadley
had the key hand in the production of these documents. It also proves that the
White House had the original source of these documents and that they did not
come through the normal channels of the C.I.A. - something which they have been
trying to assert.
Now that we find out Condi's number 1 man was involved in this act which lead
us to war, what does that do to her chances of replacing Dick Cheney should he
step down? An inquiry needs to be done into these documents and find out if
Condi also assisted in this dangerous issue. This news is also coming out on the
same day that U.S. troop deaths in Iraq hit the 2,000 milestone.
This is another monkey wrench thrown into the deteriorating workings of the
Bush administration. No wonder why in a new poll quoted on CNN today, 39%
said they would vote for Bush today and 55% said they would vote for any