Wednesday, March 26, 2008

And we're supposed to believe they didn't know

At the time, the Bush administration was trying to persuade Congress to authorize military action against Iraq.

The lawmakers are not named in the indictment but the dates correspond to a trip by Democratic Reps. Jim McDermott of Washington, David Bonior of Michigan and Mike Thompson of California. None was charged and Justice Department spokesman Dean Boyd said investigators "have no information whatsoever" any of them knew the trip was underwritten by Saddam.
"Obviously we didn't know it at the time," McDermott spokesman Michael DeCesare said Wednesday. "The trip was to see the plight of the Iraqi children. That's the only reason we went."

Um=hmmm. Yeah. Considering what these clowns have been caught at before, and the news the other day about that dirtbag congressman helping terrorists attack the government of Colombia, is there any actual reason we should believe them?

Also, ref the stuff that turned up the other day, anyone want to bet that Sen. Kennedy & Family & Assoc. didn't at least know of it?

Found by Sondra. Who is currently on my list 'cause she didn't note my birthday like she does for some people.

1 comment:

Yuri Orlov said...

Isn't giving aid and comfort to the enemy called Treason? What's the penalty for that...

Politician, Rope, Lampost...some assembly required.