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Seeking the truth? Or partisan politics?

February 16, 2004 11:56 AM

From Friday's Washington Post referring to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's unanimous decision to expand their investigation into prewar intelligence to include whether or not the Bush administration "sexed up" the intelligence, something Bush & Cheney's official commission will not do:

The decision, said members of both parties, represents half a loaf for each side. Republicans succeeded in limiting the probe of the administration to a review of public statements, reports and testimony given by administration officials.

Can it be inferred that the Republican attempts to keep out private testimony delivered behind closed doors that those statements are even more damning than their public ones?

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