June 13, 2006

Another hanging curveball from the WSJ

The Wall Street Journal editorialistas are extremely upset that new CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden told Sen. Carl Levin during his testimony that he wasn't pleased with Doug Feith's intelligence work that helped get us into Iraq:

At his Senate hearing last month, General Hayden told Michigan Democrat Carl Levin not once but twice that he was not "comfortable" with intelligence-related work that had been done by an office reporting to former Undersecretary of Defense Doug Feith. He also suggested such work had been "wrong," "inaccurate," and "misleading."

In their headline, the WSJ boys plaintively ask:

Why did the CIA Director feed the "Bush lied" myth?

Uh, because he was under oath?

Really, this is getting too easy.

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