January 02, 2004

Congress To Investigate Heightened Terror Alert

Critics Say Lack Of An Attack Indicates White House Deception

WASHINTON D.C. (Rhodes Media Services) -- Following a Christmas and New Years' Holiday Season that saw an elevated terror alert with no actual terror attacks, Congress has been called upon to investigate the White House in its possible role in fabricating warnings of massive danger (WMDs).

Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert (Rep. -- Ill.), confirmed today that an investigation is underway to determine whether the Bush Administration falsified information leading up to the holidays in order to push for a High terror alert level "just to see if they could get away with it."

"Obviously, we take the issue of WMDs very seriously," said Hastert. "And if the White House maintains that there's credible evidence for WMDs, but nothing comes out of it, not even one measly hijacked plane, we have to ask why that is."

President George W. Bush pledged to cooperate fully with the investigation.

UPDATE: Heh. Some New Year resolutions to consider.

Posted by Ryan at January 2, 2004 07:48 PM
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