The author writes that Bush’s action is “one of the greatest lies in modern American political history” and suggests it is a crime of greater impact than Watergate. But the White House is denying the allegations, calling the book “absurd” and charging that Suskind practices “gutter journalism.”The author is a "Pulitzer Prize winner." Isn't "Pulitzer" a Jew name too? If it isn't, it should be.
Suskind quotes Rob Richer, the CIA’s Near East division head, as saying that the White House simply ignored the Habbush report and informed British intelligence that they no longer wanted Habbush as an informant.Yep, his trigger finger was itchy from the git-go. And he took his shot when Bin Laden gave him an opening. Bush might as well have taken his itchy trigger finger & personally shot all four thousand plus dead Americans, as well as the thousands more wounded or maimed for life, not to mention the millions of dead, maimed, & internally or externally displaced Iraqis. Except that he's a bully & a coward. Vincent Bugliosi is right. Not that you'll find any reference to his book anywhere in the Media of Mass Deception.
“Bush wanted to go to war in Iraq from the very first days he was in office. Nothing was going to stop that,” Richer is quoted in the book.