Monday, March 2, 2009

Douglas Feith

When George Bush needed a justification to start a war in Iraq, he turned to Doug Feith.

Feith is not a popular man, but he’s popular with a handful of people, the right people during the Bush Administration.

Former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, called Feith a “rare talent” and who are we to dispute that?

Feith operated the Pentagon’s Office of Special Plans. What was so special about these plans? Well, they were the plans to manipulate intelligence to justify the invasion and subsequent war in Iraq.

Feith and the Office of Special Plans did something typical of the Bush Administration: they took the truth and made it into lies!

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