From: Frank Swart (funkwrench_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 2003-07-16 07:48:56
The President took the nation to war based on his assertion that Iraq posed
an imminent threat to our country. Now the evidence that backed that
assertion is falling apart. If the Bush administration distorted
intelligence or knowingly used false data to support the call to war, it
would be an unprecedented deception. Even if weapons are now found, it'll be
difficult to justify pre-war language that indicated that the exact location
of the weapons was known and that they were ready to deploy at a moment's
notice. With a crisis of credibility brewing abroad and the integrity of our
President and our foreign policy on the line, we need answers now. Rep.
Henry Waxman has introduced legislation to create an independent commission
to investigate the Bush administration's distortion of evidence.
Please ask your Representative to pledge his or her support at:
A President may make no more important decision than whether or not to take
a country to war. If Bush and his officials deceived the American public to
create support for the Iraq war, they need to be held accountable.