September 27, 2007
"Will anybody put the brakes on this?"Asked Katie Couric:
“I’ve never understood why [invading Iraq] was so high on the administration’s agenda when terrorism was going on in Afghanistan and Pakistan and that [Iraq] had no true connection with al Qaeda.”Gee Katie, it would've been nice if you voiced these concerns before Bush invaded Iraq. After all, you're a member of the media, aren't you? Ya know, the fourth rail? Isn't it, like, your job to ask the hard questions?
And then there's this:
“I’ve never understood why [invading Iraq] was so high on the administration’s agenda when terrorism was going on in Afghanistan and Pakistan and that [Iraq] had no true connection with al Qaeda.”Oh really, Katie? Then how come you are parroting Bush's talking points, even now?
Sorry Katie, no absolution for you. You and your journalist friends could've put the brakes on this. This war is just as much yours as Bush and the Republicans.
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