The Right Coast
April 06, 2004
It depends on the meaning of "urgent"
By Mike Rappaport
If any more were needed to discredit Richard Clarke's partisan attacks, consider this from the Washington Times (Hat tip: Ranting Profs):
The scarce references to bin Laden and his terror network undercut claims by former White House terrorism analyst Richard A. Clarke that the Clinton administration considered al Qaeda an "urgent" threat, while President Bush's national security adviser, Condoleezza Rice, "ignored" it.