Sunday, August 29, 2004

Iran Contra Part 2

Washington Monthly: "The administration's reluctance to disclose these details seems clear: the DoD-Ghorbanifar meetings suggest the possibility that a rogue faction at the Pentagon was trying to work outside normal US foreign policy channels to advance a "regime change" agenda not approved by the president's foreign policy principals or even the president himself."

Ghorbanifar, referred to above is Iranian arms dealer Manucher Ghorbanifar. He" a storied figure who played a key role in embroiling the Reagan administration in the Iran-Contra affair."

According to The American Street, Rumsfeld and Bush are already dodging questions on the issue.

Want to read more bloggers from the RNC? Here's a site that aggregates their reports.

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