NIXON HAD A SECRET PLAN

NIXON HAD A SECRET PLAN TOO….This just doesn’t make any sense:

In Tokyo, U.S. Undersecretary of State John Bolton, Washington’s top arms control diplomat, said Iraq had maintained an extensive program for producing weapons of mass destruction, including long-range ballistic missiles banned since the 1991 Gulf War.

“That is information that we have, and I think that, at an appropriate time and in an appropriate way, we will make the case about Iraq’s violations,” Bolton told a news conference on the third and last stop of a tour of Asia.

If this is false, then Bolton is lying and the administration has no credibility.

If it’s true, then the administration has deliberately alienated our allies and helped to drum up opposition to the U.S. by witholding evidence that would persuade them to support a war.

What the hell is up with these guys? And what exactly is an “appropriate time”? What’s wrong with right now?

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