Rockefeller's committee, attempting to prove that "Bush lied, kids died", found exactly the opposite. The article uses the following phrase repeatedly: "...substantiated by intelligence information." As in: Bush's assertions about WMDs in Iraq were "...substantiated by intelligence information."
It's what conservatives have been saying all along; Bush didn't lie. He acted on the best information he had.
Naturally this won't matter to the people who put "Bush Lied, Kids Died" on the tailgate of their Prius; little things like the facts never matter to them.
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...and Boortz had nothing. What a Monday. *sigh* Nothing else. Oh well.