This is the man who, as U.S. deputy secretary of defense, led us to the war in Iraq by saying there were weapons of mass destruction, when there were so clearly no weapons of mass destruction. The administration just wanted to invade Iraq and cost us billions and billions of dollars so we can't fund necessities needed at home.
What is going on?
Joseph Cirincione, director for nuclear policy at the Center for American Progress, a Washington-based policy research group, said: "The advice given by Paul Wolfowitz over the past six years ranks among the worst provided by any defense official in history. I have no idea why anyone would want more."
This is the Bush administration at work. I woke this morning, so happy, thinking and believing we will see change, and I do believe that, and I refreshed my memory on this appointment, and realized how critical it is that we all pay attention now and now and now.