Richard Perle Issues Tongue Twister Denial-Admission of Responsibility for Iraq

May 4, 2007

Disgraced Neocon Richard Perle on Friday accused former CIA Director George Tenet of attempting to “shift responsibility” for the Bush administration’s failure to prevent 9/11. He then admitted that “[w]e had been watching al Qaeda prepare for an attack on the US and we did nothing.”

Perle then attempted to “shift responsibility” for the chasm of Iraq onto George W. Bush and his closest advisors. Did Perle forget that he was assistant Secretary of Defense under Donald Rumsfeld and a charter member of the Project for the New American Century?!

Perle also denies telling Tenet on September 12, 2001 that “Iraq has to pay the price for what happened. They bear responsibility.”

But, on September 16, 2001, Perle, a longtime advocate of destroying Saddam Hussein, told CNN that Saddam and Osama Bin Laden were involved in the attacks and that there were ties between the two. On Friday, Perle confirmed these statements and claimed that this relationship has been proven.

According to the Vanity Fair article, Neo Culpa, a lot of Neocons are busy denying responsibility for Iraq. How can they all be innocent?


One Response to “Richard Perle Issues Tongue Twister Denial-Admission of Responsibility for Iraq”

  1. Angela Says:

    The Neo-Cons house of cards is fixing to collapse and the first thing that usually happens in a situation like that is that fingers start pointing at everyone but the individuals who are doing the finger pointing. The whole lot of them should be locked in prison and the keys thrown in the deepest part of the ocean.

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