If that's your position, then clearly your contention is bushie ALLOWED 9/11 to take place. I don't believe that but then, historical events have a way of disproving opinions too. Besides....<quoted text>
So, somehow, they knew a terrorist attack was imminent. That kind of blows your party line bullshit about Bush not paying attention to intelligence before 9/11 out of the water, doesn't it?
Seems like Bush took vacation at just the right time.
Bush arrested one of the hijackers before 9/11(2001). But, a leftwingnut federal judge wouldn't let the FBI look at Moussaoui's hard drive and read the details of the 9/11(2001) attack.
For some reason, all those "constitutional" objections that judge had disappeared on 9/12.
If that leftwingnut judge had let the FBI read Moussaoui's hard drive, 9/11(2001) would never have happened and there wouldn't have been a war.
All you complain about is the fault of the Democrats, to include the economic collapse caused by the Democrats' Marxist subprime loan program after two years of oversight of the financial institutions by Democrats Dodd and Frank.
"Bush Gave No Sign of Worry In August 2001
By Dana Milbank and Mike Allen
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, April 11, 2004; Page A01
CRAWFORD, Tex., April 10 -- President Bush was in an expansive mood on Aug. 7, 2001, when he ran into reporters while playing golf at the Ridgewood Country Club in Waco, Tex.
The day before, the president had received an intelligence briefing -- the contents of which were declassified by the White House Saturday night -- warning "Bin Ladin Determined To Strike in US." But Bush seemed carefree as he spoke about the books he was reading, the work he was doing on his nearby ranch, his love of hot-weather jogging, his golf game and his 55th birthday.
"No mulligans, except on the first tee," he said to laughter. "That's just to loosen up. You see, most people get to hit practice balls, but as you know, I'm walking out here, I'm fixing to go hit. Tight back, older guy -- I hit the speed limit on July 6th."
National security adviser Condoleezza Rice, in her testimony Thursday to the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, spoke of a government on high alert for terrorism in the summer of 2001. "The president of the United States had us at battle stations during this period of time," she testified. Rice's talk of battle stations is part of the Bush administration's effort to counter an impression that it did not do enough about terrorism before Sept. 11; a Newsweek poll released Saturday found that 60 percent think the Bush administration underestimated terrorism before the attacks.
But if top officials were at battle stations, there was no sign of it on the surface. Bush spent most of August 2001 on his ranch here. His staff said at the time that by far the biggest issue on his agenda was his decision on federal funding of stem cell research, followed by education, immigration and the Social Security "lockbox."
Of course, many of the efforts to thwart an attack would not have been visible on the outside. But some officials on the inside -- notably former White House counterterrorism chief Richard A. Clarke -- say the administration was not acting with sufficient urgency to the spike in intelligence indicating a threat. And there is nothing in Bush's public actions or words from August 2001 to refute Clarke...."
Son, you really come ill prepared with only your opinions to backup your claims. And you believe you can bolster your claims by demanding others answer your idiotic questions.