Thursday, April 26, 2007

George vs. george . . . .

Compliments of

Slam dunk' comment on Iraq distorted, Tenet says

NEW YORK (Reuters) -- A former U.S. spy chief accused President Bush's administration of ruining his reputation by misusing a "slam dunk" comment he made during a White House meeting ahead of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

Former CIA Director George Tenet told CBS Television's "60 Minutes" that the administration leaked his comment as opposition to the war grew when no weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq


"You don't do this. You don't throw somebody overboard just because it's a deflection. Is that honorable? It's not honorable to me," Tenet said in an interview to be broadcast Sunday.

Perhaps Mr. Tenet might have to return the Medal of Freedom to mr. bush ? ? ? ?

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