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Feb 10th, 2004 10:14 PM
KevinTheOmnivore He also owes Scott Ritter an apology.
Feb 10th, 2004 07:46 PM
AChimp
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Originally Posted by mburbank
So, if it isn't W's fault, and it isn't Tennet's fault, who's fault is it?
Blame Canada.
Feb 10th, 2004 05:55 PM
Miss Modular
Re: O'REILLY APOLOGIZES!

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Originally Posted by ArtificialBrandon
While critical of President Bush, O'Reilly said he did not think the president intentionally lied. Rather, O'Reilly blamed CIA Director George Tenet, who was appointed by former President Bill Clinton.

"I don't know why Tenet still has his job."
You know, maybe Tenet had nothing to do with this. I'm glad O'Whiney's grown more skeptical, but he's still a tool.
Feb 10th, 2004 05:47 PM
sspadowsky Dammit.

Brandon beat me to it. I would've titled my thread "Four Horsemen Now Approaching," but I guess this will do.
Feb 10th, 2004 04:39 PM
Emu Sweet justice.
Feb 10th, 2004 04:39 PM
mburbank How about that?

But W still says Tennet is a good boy and the intelligence was darn good.

So, if it isn't W's fault, and it isn't Tennet's fault, who's fault is it?
Feb 10th, 2004 04:27 PM
Brandon
O'REILLY APOLOGIZES!

Pundit O'Reilly Now Skeptical About Bush

AP
WASHINGTON (Feb. 10) - Conservative television news anchor Bill O'Reilly said on Tuesday he was now skeptical about the Bush administration and apologized to viewers for supporting prewar claims that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.

The anchor of his own show on Fox News said he was sorry he gave the U.S. government the benefit of the doubt that former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's weapons program poised an imminent threat, the main reason cited for going to war.

"I was wrong. I am not pleased about it at all and I think all Americans should be concerned about this," O'Reilly said in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America."

"What do you want me to do, go over and kiss the camera?" asked O'Reilly, who had promised rival ABC last year he would publicly apologize if weapons were not found.

O'Reilly said he was "much more skeptical about the Bush administration now" since former weapons inspector David Kay said he did not think Saddam had any weapons of mass destruction.

While critical of President Bush, O'Reilly said he did not think the president intentionally lied. Rather, O'Reilly blamed CIA Director George Tenet, who was appointed by former President Bill Clinton.

"I don't know why Tenet still has his job."

He added: "I think every American should be very concerned for themselves that our intelligence is not as good as it should be."

O'Reilly anticipated the presidential election would be a close race, adding he thought Democratic front-runner Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts would be a formidable opponent against Bush.

"It will be a very close race. The nation is divided," he said.

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