But here's the part that touches a nerve for me
[Then-Deputy National Security Adviser Stephen] Hadley was particularly concerned that the public might learn of a classified one-page summary of a National Intelligence Estimate, specifically written for Bush in October 2002. The summary said that although "most agencies judge" that the aluminum tubes were "related to a uranium enrichment effort," the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research and the Energy Department's intelligence branch "believe that the tubes more likely are intended for conventional weapons."I realize that it's partly the fault of our failing media, but still, the fact that the President, Colin Powell, and others misstated the intelligence regarding the aluminum tubes has been public knowledge for at least two years now. At what point will we tell our elected leaders that we are tired of being lied to?