Letters: Aug. 11, 2003

Untruth & Consequences

"The next time Bush says we have to take military action because a country is threatening our security, how can we believe him?" JERRY HARRIS Houston, Texas

Regardless of whether the CIA approved George W. Bush's State of the Union message before it was delivered [IRAQ: THE EVIDENCE, July 21], the fact remains that the President presented a piece of false evidence in support of the Administration's case for going to war with Iraq. The CIA HAD warned members of the President's staff that the intelligence was not good enough to make the flat statement that Saddam Hussein...

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