He said what now?
Why are most Americans like me scratching their heads when our idiot president makes another pronouncement about Iran? The man is allegedly our President, but each time we hear GW about Iran, it doesn't jive with what we thought we heard him say earlier. The latest revelations about the newest National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran's nuclear program makes it clear the Bush administration knew some time ago what they were telling the public wasn't the truth. It's now obvious that the truth is a moving target in the Bush administration.
Of course, we've been saying Bush lies here on the Dispatch for some time, but the NIE revelations should now make it obvious even to the 24 percent of Americans who remain Bush true believers that they have been lied to. But nothing seems to shake that crazy faith in a man who deserves no benefit of a doubt.
Helping us to sort through the Iran lies now comes Keith Olberman with this gem of a piece of writing that says what most of us have been thinking for a long time. NPR's Corey Flintoff provides a more detailed time line of what happened when on this mess.
So what did George Bush know and when did he know it and why should we not try him and his vice president for crimes against the American people and the rest of the world?