--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> In a message dated 9/9/06 8:01:34 P.M. Central Daylight Time,  
> Yet Abu  Musab al Zarqawi left Afghanistan, was wounded, not sure where, and 
> >  received medical care in Iraq and was free to roam around and never picked 
> up  
> > in a totalitarian state run by non other than Saddam Hussein. Isn't  this 
> the 
> > same CIA that said "slam dunk"?
> >
> No, that was  Will Tenet, which this report says deliberately slanted his 
> reports to support  
> the White House. This is a REPUBLICAN REPORT. The Dems are minority  members.
> Spair, it is basicly the same CIA but with a new director. CIA are civil  
> servants who are difficult to fire because you can't fire people for 
> political  
> beliefs. Same with the State Department. It would be lovely if each president 
> to  could clean house and could depend on departments to work with him 
> instead 
> of  against him, be it a democrat or republican administration. However 
> knowing what  we know about Saddam Hussein and being a totalitarian dictator 
> I'm 
> sure he would  never give anyone or group free reign to operate in his 
> country. 
> But there is  also the old saying the enemy of my enemy is my friend and 
> doesn't preclude the  possibility that Saddam could have used Al Qaeda or 
> helped Al 
> Qaeda if it were  to serve his purpose, or any other terrorist network for 
> that  matter.

But it was the director who said "slam dunk" IN the White House, in front of 
the President, 
in response to a specific question by the President. That's different than the 

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