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  • Transcript: David Kay at Senate hearing

    11/15/2005 7:16:25 AM PST · by digger48 · 4 replies · 601+ views
    CNN.com ^ | January 28, 2004
    (excerpt)And let me take one of the explanations most commonly given: Analysts were pressured to reach conclusions that would fit the political agenda of one or another administration. I deeply think that is a wrong explanation.
  • U.S.-North Korea insults get personal

    05/01/2005 7:45:40 AM PDT · by Michael Goldsberry · 34 replies · 877+ views
    SEOUL North Korea said it would reject any settlement of the nuclear weapons dispute as long as the United States was led by President George W. Bush, whom a North Korean official called a "cowboy." Meanwhile, the United States reportedly warned allies that North Korea might be ready to carry out an underground nuclear test as early as June. "Bush is a hooligan bereft of any personality as a human being, to say nothing of stature as president of a country," a spokesman of the North Korean Foreign Ministry told the country's official news agency, KCNA, on Saturday. The official...
  • A closer reading of the Kay report tells a very different story (WMD ALERT)

    02/27/2004 10:16:25 AM PST · by Chi-townChief · 38 replies · 375+ views
    Star Newspapers (Chicago) ^ | Thursday, February 26, 2004 | Christopher S. McNeil
    After all of the publicity relating to the David Kay report, I thought it might be wise to read the report for myself to test whether or not the coverage has been accurate in the local newspapers. What I found was surprising. In my view, the Kay Report actually included enough information to justify the war in Iraq, and yet, no media outlet has said this. On the contrary, it seems as if most media outlets have given an incomplete accounting of this report, and specifically have been very anti-Bush in overall coverage, in my opinion. See for yourself if...
  • Fixing what's broken (Intelligence, Iraq, WMD)(good editorial)

    02/07/2004 3:39:07 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 16 replies · 392+ views
    US News & World Report ^ | Feb. 16th, 2004 issue | Mortimer B. Zuckerman
    President Bush--and Tony Blair in London--are caught in a political firestorm over the conclusion of the head of the Iraq Survey Group, David Kay, that there are no significant inventories of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in Iraq and virtually no programs to create them. Why did Bush and Blair tell us otherwise? The short answer is that this is what they were advised by their respective intelligence services. Independent inquiries into the prewar performance of those services have been authorized in both countries. But even before the inquiries begin, the suspicion was noised about that the intelligence agencies must...
  • More Iraqi WMD fallout...

    02/06/2004 5:42:01 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 10 replies · 232+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | Feb. 6, 2004 | Mark Alexander
    The political fallout continued this week, in the wake of Dr. David Kay's Iraqi WMD report. To no one's surprise, the report has become the focus both for the war's detractors and defenders -- and it came to a head Wednesday during Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee. "[Regarding] the theory that WMD may not have existed at the start of the war," said Mr. Rumsfeld, "I suppose that's possible but not likely. "What we have learned thus far has not proven Saddam Hussein had what intelligence indicated and what we believed he had," Sec....
  • Rumsfeld: Iraq WMDs may still be found (LIVE THREAD, see link at #36)

    02/04/2004 11:19:57 AM PST · by FairOpinion · 250 replies · 451+ views
    CNN ^ | Feb. 4, 2004 | CNN
    <p>WASHINGTON (AP) -- Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Wednesday he is not ready to conclude that Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction before U.S. troops invaded to depose Saddam Hussein last year.</p> <p>Rumsfeld told the Senate Armed Services Committee that U.S. weapons inspectors need more time to reach final conclusions about whether chemical and biological weapons existed in Iraq before the war, as the Bush administration had asserted before sending American troops into battle.</p>
  • NYT's lefty banshee dowdifies Kay Report

    02/03/2004 6:20:35 AM PST · by Brian Allen · 38 replies · 195+ views
    BrookesNews.Com ^ | Monday February 2 2004 | Gerard Jackson
    In keeping with the it's Leninist policy of publishing all the lies fit to print, the New York Times once again let the demented Maureen Dowd out of her cage. Seething with all the rage of a deserted harridan, Dowd regaled readers not with withering wit, of which she has little, or a profound grasp of foreign affairs, of which she has none, but the Democratic lie that President Bush lied and that he is an idiot. (Readers should note that all republican presidents are either evil [Nixon] or stupid [Reagan, Bush, etc]) According to her David Kay provided "an...
  • Iraq Maintained Chem-Bio Warfare Research Right Up Until U.S. Invasion

    12/03/2003 7:51:42 PM PST · by JohnathanRGalt · 17 replies · 810+ views
    Iraq Maintained Chem-Bio Warfare Research Right Up Until U.S. Invasion Concerted Info Destruction Effort Stymies Ongoing Investigation, Kay Tells Congress The Iraq Survey Group (ISG) recently discovered a clandestine Iraqi chemical and biological weapons research program that operated right up until the beginning of Operation Iraqi Freedom in April 2003. Briefing Congress about the discovery, ISG leader Dr. David Kay, a former UN weapons inspector, also discussed the calculated destruction of hundreds of computers and thousands of linear feet of paper documention related to Saddam's WMD programs that contiunued even after the Iraqi military had capitulated as well as Saddam's...
  • THE WASHINGTON POST'S NUCLEAR FIBS

    11/15/2003 3:04:20 AM PST · by kattracks · 4 replies · 149+ views
    New York Post ^ | 11/15/03
    <p>November 15, 2003 -- To get an idea of the battle President Bush, and America's troops, are facing in garnering vital support for the Iraq campaign, check out The Washington Post's recent smear job regarding the hunt for Saddam's nukes.</p>
  • Condi on Oprah

    10/17/2003 2:06:30 PM PDT · by Republican Red · 68 replies · 453+ views
    Oprah Show
    A thankless job but I tuned into Oprah this afternoon to see Condi Rice on the Oprah show. Oprah was doing a show on "women who excel in their field". The had the CEO of Ebay, Vera Wang and Condoleezza Rice all in different segments. Oprah was actually very graceous and complimentary. The segment was about her personal life mostly. One question Oprah asked was "behind closed doors does the inner circle at the White House secretly wish they would find weapons of mass destruction?". Condi answered by reporting all that Kay found including the missiles and botulism toxin. Oprah...
  • If Bush Finds WMDs? Have the Democrats read David Kay's report -- or their own words? [Re-post]

    10/17/2003 6:18:28 AM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 34 replies · 227+ views
    FrontPageMagazine.com ^ | Friday, October 17, 2003 | By Larry Elder
    If Bush Finds WMDs?By Larry ElderTownhall.com | October 17, 2003 If the administration finds weapons of mass destruction, said a pundit on one of last Sunday's political chat shows, then expect a President Bush lift-up in the polls. If the administration finds weapons of mass destruction?Apparently, few paid attention to the interim report of David Kay, the man Bush put in charge of preparing the report on Iraq's weapons program. Kay recently briefed congressional intelligence committees about his -- so far -- three-month-long search and examination. What he disclosed clearly demonstrates the validity of the war and confirms the president's...
  • WMD: Will Bush's critics read David Kay's report?

    10/16/2003 12:03:30 AM PDT · by kattracks · 4 replies · 114+ views
    townhall.com ^ | 10/16/03 | Larry Elder
    If the administration finds weapons of mass destruction, said a pundit on one of last Sunday's political chat shows, then expect a President Bush lift-up in the polls. If the administration finds weapons of mass destruction?Apparently, few paid attention to the interim report of David Kay, the man Bush put in charge of preparing the report on Iraq's weapons program. Kay recently briefed congressional intelligence committees about his -- so far -- three-month-long search and examination. What he disclosed clearly demonstrates the validity of the war and confirms the president's arguments.David Kay also explains the difficulty in determining the existence...
  • Uncovering the truth about going to war

    10/15/2003 6:08:46 PM PDT · by LadyDoc · 26 replies · 2,517+ views
    Soldiers for the Truth ^ | 10-11-03 | Ed Offley
    DefenseWatch "The Voice of the Grunt" 10-11-2003 From the Editor: Uncovering the Truth about Going to War By Ed Offley This is a message for Barbara and David McPhillips, Michael and Roxanne Kaylor, and the hundreds of other parents and spouses who still grieve for loved ones killed in Iraq since the U.S. invaded to topple Saddam Hussein’s regime. Ignore the naysayers in the news media, forget the French and dismiss the Democratic presidential contenders, all of who are trying to persuade you that your father, husband and son – or mother, wife or daughter – died for nothing in...
  • Suddenly, it becomes imminently clear

    10/11/2003 12:46:46 PM PDT · by dirtboy · 90 replies · 720+ views
    my demented brain | 10/11/2003 | dirtboy
    For weeks now, to the point of annoyance, we’ve witnessed Democratic politicians and liberal media talking heads stating that the threat from Saddam wasn’t imminent, as President Bush had claimed. Nancy Pelosi said it, as did Senators Levin and Rockefeller. The AP and Reuters have claimed it. Bob Edwards on NPR stated it as fact in a softball question to Terry McAuliffe during an NPR interview. By the time the Kay Report was made public, the NY Times felt the lie well-positioned enough to incorporate it into their opening front-page salvo against the evidence Kay presented: “Analysis: preliminary report delivered...
  • Good News From Iraq.....10/05/03

    10/05/2003 7:54:32 AM PDT · by bert · 22 replies · 379+ views
    Fairpress.org ^ | 10/05/03 | Ragtime Cowgirl;Bert
    Here's some GOOD NEWS you may have missed in your daily wire reports......... Fairpress: Washington D.C., Oct. 2, 2003 -- After three months of careful investigative work in Iraq, David Kay delivered the Iraqi Survey Group's (ISG) detailed preliminary findings to select Congressional committees last Thursday.   Many articles have been written about last week's WMD report.   Members of the Bush administration recommend that we read the report.   To sum up: the ISG team found evidence of WMDs.   According to David Kay:   "Iraq's WMD programs spanned more than two decades, involved thousands of people, billions of dollars, and was elaborately shielded by security and deception operations...
  • Link To Kay's Testimony. (Own Title)

    10/03/2003 9:40:56 AM PDT · by .cnI redruM · 5 replies · 402+ views
    WWW. CIA.GOV ^ | 2 Oct 03 | David Kay
    STATEMENT BY DAVID KAY ON THE INTERIM PROGRESS REPORT ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE IRAQ SURVEY GROUP (ISG) BEFORE THE HOUSE PERMANENT SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE, THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS, SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEFENSE, AND THE SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE October 2, 2003 Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I welcome this opportunity to discuss with the Committee the progress that the Iraq Survey Group has made in its initial three months of its investigation into Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) programs.