PEEK-Easy

The week in PEEK in reverse chronological order...

9/9:

***Sherrod Brown's response to Bush's 9/11 address: "We ask our grandmothers to take their shoes off at airports, yet only 6 percent of the cargo entering our ports is inspected." ...

9/11:

***Press for Truth, a reality-based alternative to Disney's Mockumentary: "[Bush] did have definitive intelligence to [Osama bin Laden's] location within Tora Bora."...

***American Airlines' threatening press release: "The Path to 9/11... is inaccurate and irresponsible in its portrayal of the airport check-in events that occurred on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001."...

***Cheney: his job with respect to torture is to "think about the unthinkable." Although when it came to prewar planning: "we did not anticipate an insurgency that would last this long..." Hmm...

***America believes in 9/11 conspiracies...

***Republican celebrates 9/11 by lying about Saddam and Al Qaeda...

9/12:

***Colbert explains the difference between "shall" and "will," as understood by George 'Macaca' Allen...

***Carl Levin read Bush lies into Senate record -- for 25 minutes... Landrieu follows up two days later...

***Disney/ABC's Path to 9/11 was a...

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