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Tuesday, March 20

Juicy Stories the Media Ignores

On February 25th, I posted Whose side are the Bushistas on anyway?
It was concerning this article by Seymour Hersh in the New Yorker, THE REDIRECTION Is the Administration’s new policy benefitting our enemies in the war on terrorism?

The charges that the US' interest in warring with Iran, fueled by Israel and Saudi Arabia could have disastrous consequences. Iran and Iraq are mostly Shi'ites and Saudi's are Sunni's. Al Qaida are Sunni's and funded by Saudi's. Why a war with Iran if we're on Iraq's side and they are mostly Shi'ites? The media just repeats the propaganda from the bush crime family as it did in the run up to war with Iraq. While Hersh appeared on CNN, Hardball, etc to talk about it, the story just up and died. We brought it up here on blondesense, that the possible war with Iran is all based on bogus assertations that don't make sense on the surface. Where are the congressional investigations?

Tom Engelhardt has a lot more to say about the Seymour Hersh Mystery. If Hersh is to believed and there hasn't been a reason so far to not believe him, why isn't there an investigation into the goings on in Dick Cheney's office? Where's the media? Black op's are juicy stories.

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