Sunday, October 22, 2006

A 9/11 Inquiry needed, as opposed to a White House White Wash

On November 7 this year, there is a possibility that the Democratic Party may regain control of Congress, and perhaps even the Senate. Not that I have much hope of this, due to their appalling record of weasel behavior during the last 5 years or so, but if they actually regain a majority and then regrow a SPINE, instead of assuming the position of Bush Administration lapdogs, we may finally get a REAL INQUIRY into the 9/11 attacks, to replace that embarassing exhibition of ineptitude, the national disgrace that the Kean-Hamilton (or more accurately Philip Zelikow) Commission became.

It is about time that Mr. Cheney and others were put in the hotseat, and forced to answer some tough, unanswered questions, not only about the numerous military drills and exercises under his command that morning and why, as a direct result, the USAF/Air National Guard failed to intercept the rogue jets, but also some 400+ other facts, problems and timeline aspects that make the Bush Administration's explanation of the attacks appear bogus.

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