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Thursday, December 15, 2005

More "Not News" News

More "Not News" News

Not that this will shut up anybody in the right-wing noise machine, but at least it's on record now:

President Bush and top administration officials have access to a much broader range of intelligence reports than members of Congress do, a nonpartisan congressional research agency said in a report Thursday, raising questions about recent assertions by the president.
The Congressional Research Service, by contrast, said: "[i]The president, and a small number of presidentially designated Cabinet-level officials, including the vice president ... [b]have access to a far greater overall volume of intelligence[/b] and to more sensitive intelligence information, including information regarding intelligence sources and methods[/i]."
The CRS report identified nine key U.S. intelligence "products" that aren't generally shared with Congress.


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