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Saturday, January 10, 2004
From the file of things that I had already figured out, CBS News writes:
The Bush Administration began laying plans for an invasion of Iraq, including the use of American troops, within days of President Bush's inauguration in January of 2001 -- not eight months later after the 9/11 attacks as has been previously reported.I'm glad they are protecting each and every one of us.
FWIW, Drudge says, "NYT SUNDAY: Bush 'wholly absorbed by 2004 campaign race'... Developing..."
"This could well be the year that Izzo gets swallowed by the college basketball creature he's created. The year when the time-tested recipe fails and the cookies crumble under the weight of great expectations," Todd Schultz writes in today's Lansing State Journal "But history suggests otherwise."
UPDATE: Or maybe not.
I have nothing to say on this.
NBC News and MSNBC write:
Secretary of State Colin Powell reversed a year of administration policy, acknowledging Thursday that he had seen no “smoking gun [or] concrete evidence” of ties between former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein and al-Qaida...Glad somebody is picking up on this.