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A news-breaking expos? of the Bush administration's rush to struggle, from the coauthor of the hot York occasions bestseller Bush's BrainIn this particular behind-the-scenes account, veteran journalist James Moore unearths how the overthrow of Saddam Hussein used to be a key aim of the Bush management from the very beginning-and a severe section of the president's reelection procedure. Drawing on high-level assets contained in the management and the army, Moore weaves jointly a multifaceted narrative that probes the political underpinnings of the administration's push for an Iraq conflict, exposes efforts through the conflict (and after) to control perceptions of U.S. army good fortune, and contrasts all of it to the final word rate paid by means of infantrymen duped into believing they have been combating for a simply reason, now not for political gain.Moore takes us within method conferences on the White condominium and the Pentagon, revealing the political calculus in the back of serious army judgements. He examines the administration's extraordinary efforts to regulate an d withhold details, together with in-depth discussions with Joseph C. Wilson, husband of Valerie Plame, the CIA operative allegedly uncovered by way of Karl Rove. Moore additionally supplies us an uncensored view of strive against in Iraq, reporting reviews of a senior Air strength resource and troops at the floor; he indicates how the war's first American casualty really died, and divulges what particularly occurred to Jessica Lynch's unit.Finally, Moore uncovers what should be in shop if Bush wins reelection: using Iraq as a ahead base within the struggle opposed to terrorism, and the place the conflict may match subsequent. Publishing on the top of the presidential election season subsequent spring, Bush's battle for Reelection is bound to be the most mentioned books of the 12 months.

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3 BOYS AT WAR The greatest blunders, like the thickest ropes, are often compounded of a multitude of strands. Take the rope apart, separate it into the small threads that compose it, and you can break them one by one. ” But twist them all together and you have something tremendous. Victor Hugo M aybe it was something his father had said. Or, perhaps his stepmother. Either way, James Kiehl had been thinking about getting baptized. Besides, he was about to be part of an invasion force entering a country with a well-bred hatred of Americans.

You can only write what you know. And if no one else will give you contradicting information, you try to give your readers a sense of where the information is coming from that you are using. ” London’s authoritative International Institute for Strategic Studies, though, also issued a report about the same time as Allbright’s organization. The data was counter to the paranoia the White House Iraq Group was selling to the public. “Iraq does not possess facilities to produce fissile material in sufficient amounts for nuclear weapons.

Military officers in Kuwait, who were conducting briefings each day during America’s morning network newscasts. The aggressive approach drove the daily news cycles and editorial content of the media. Rove and Hughes, two of the best practitioners there have ever been at “gaming” the media, guided the WHIG. The president’s two closest advisors, Hughes and Rove are masters of an evolutionarily new version of media relations, which they practically invented. The method pitches political interpretation as fact, even in governmental, nonpolitical environments.

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