Full Post @ Re: Joseph C. Wilson and “George Bush’s Deception Points” :
“[U]nderstanding how the former president sees his decision to invade Iraq and his [felonious/Nuremberg Trials-level] use of [fake] intelligence to justify the invasion”: 1) “Day one, these things were laid and sealed.” 2) Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner 2004: “Those weapons of mass destruction gotta be somewhere.” Ha, ha, ha, ha – applause. 3) “God would tell me, George, go and end the tyranny in Iraq.” 4) God must condone lying to (and hoaxing) the entire earth – because . . . (see all latter/former), and because . . . that’s just part of the way He (or some other powerful being) works.
“[W]hat he might have to say about the betrayal of a CIA covert officer’s identity”: “I was (and still am) ‘so obsessed with destroying [anyone’s] reputation’ who might challenge, or ‘reveal’ me, that it mattered not who you were (or are): head of state, mayor, notary public, common citizen, or a pauper prophet in the present. Hell, not even Nostradamus’ warnings would have stopped me from quoting those Nigerian documents.”