The chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), said that more than some House Republicans opposed a compromise measure that was generated by recommendations made in July by the Sept. 11 commission.
"There's been a lot of opposition to this from the first," Roberts said on "Fox News Sunday." "Some of it is from the Pentagon. Some of it, quite frankly, is from the White House, despite what the president has said." (Washington Post)
Monday, November 22, 2004
It appears as if my suspicion about the sincerity of Bush's "disappointment" with the failure of the intel bill (see below) was not too far off the mark:
Posted by Grey Matter at 9:16 AM