The following shouldn’t come as a surprise to people with a semblant of functioning brains.
[i][b]The CIA warned the Bush White House seven months before the 2003Iraq invasion that the U.S. could face a thicket of bad consequences, starting with “anarchy and the territorial breakup” of the country, former CIA Director George Tenet writes in a new book. […]
The agency analysis painted what Tenet calls additional “worst-case” scenarios: “a surge of global terrorism against U.S. interests fueled by deepening Islamic antipathy toward the United States”; “regime-threatening instability in key Arab states”; and “major oil supply disruptions and severe strains in the Atlantic alliance.”[/i][/b]
Sad thing is that a few years and mountains of dead bodies later, American people are still giving Bush the benefit of the doubt by saying that the WMD’s and terrorism were anything more than pretenses to the invasion.