Tim Painter's Reviews > A Pretext for War: 9/11, Iraq, and the Abuse of America's Intelligence Agencies

A Pretext for War by James Bamford
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Feb 21, 08

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Read in February, 2008

This book makes me very sad because if it really is true what this book is telling us then we have caused the deaths of thousands of service men and thousands of Iraqi civilians because of the personal vendetta of president Bush.

This book details the lies and deceptions that the Bush administration pushed on us pre-Iraq war to convince the country that we should go to war with Iraq. So thorough was the deception that congress bought into it. Since then the whole thing has been shown to be a fabrication. Study after study has come up with nothing to substantiate the lies.
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