Yesterday, our honest leader was asked whether or not he consults with his father, the former President. His answer:
"No ... He understands what I know, that the level of information I have relative to the level of information most other people have, including himself, is significant and that he trusts me to make decisions."
On November 10, 2005 speaking in Tobyhanna, PA:
"more than 100 Democrats in the House and the Senate, who had access to the same intelligence, voted to support removing Saddam Hussein from power." Giving a preview of Bush's speech, Hadley had said that "we all looked at the same intelligence."
Is our President telling us that a former President of the United States, former Director of the C.I.A., has a lower security clearance than Congressman Jerry Nadler from the Upper West Side of Manhattan?
Or, maybe, just maybe, the President lied to us.