The Rat Strikes Again?

Let’s see, first Armitage ends up as the one who gave Plame’s name to Novack.
Now he’s mentioned as the one behind the supposed Bush “bomb you back to the Stone Age” threat to Pakistan:

White House spokesman Tony Snow said Richard Armitage, who was deputy secretary of state at the time, had denied warning Musharraf that the United States would bomb his country if it did not cooperate with the U.S. campaign against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Musharraf, in an interview with CBS News’ magazine show “60 Minutes,” to air on Sunday, said that after the Sept. 11 attacks, Armitage had told Pakistan’s intelligence director, “’Be prepared to be bombed. Be prepared to go back to the Stone Age.’”

What a weasel.

3 Responses to “The Rat Strikes Again?”

  1. Bush didn’t actually say that? How disappointing.

  2. Dan Collins says:

    What an utter load of horseshit. Armitage only offered to bomb them back into the Bronze Age.

  3. Armitage is a p-word. Bush would have bombed them back to even before stone tools. Nah.

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