MoveOn PAC ad says administration gave contracts “on a silver platter,” but government investigators say otherwise.
It quotes negative comments from newspapers, but doesn’t mention that they are editorial expressions of opinion.
Yes, along with $87 billion worth of other things. But Bush didn’t send enough in the first place.
Republican National Committee chairman Ed Gillespie has been saying retired Gen. Wesley Clark was really for war in Iraq — but the record doesn’t bear that out.
President Bush accentuated the positive in his annual State of the Union Address to Congress Jan. 20 – leaving out some pertinent but negative facts.
In the October 9 debate on CNN, General Wesley Clark says he’s been “very, very clear” about opposing the U.S. war with Iraq, but earlier statements show otherwise.
In a TV ad, Howard Dean looks straight at the camera and says, “I’m against spending another $87 billion” in Iraq. But in fact, Dean has previously expressed conditional support for the $87 billion, not opposition.