Report: Prisoners say Al Qaeda did not work with Saddam
More evidence of the Bush administration's "denial and deception" regarding Iraq, courtesy of the NY Times:
Abu Zubaydah, a Qaeda planner and recruiter until his capture in March 2002, told his questioners last year that the idea of working with Mr. Hussein's government had been discussed among Qaeda leaders, but that Osama bin Laden had rejected such proposals, according to an official who has read the Central Intelligence Agency's classified report on the interrogation.

The Bush administration has not made these statements public, though it frequently highlighted intelligence reports that supported its assertions of links between Iraq and Al Qaeda as it made its case for war against Iraq.
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So the Bush regime was misleading, at best. Impeachment should happen, at worst.

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