Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2007 08:49:11 -0700

From: "Russell 'Ace' Hoffman" <>
Subject: A shred of evidence:  Iran already has nuclear weapons!

April 3rd, 2007

Dear Readers,

If you listened carefully to George Bush's live press conference this morning, you have several powerful "shreds of evidence" indicating that:

1) The Bush Administration is CERTAIN that Iran ALREADY has nuclear weapons.

2) The Bush Administration is collecting and DESTROYING evidence which might inculpate Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez for anything, in any way.

In the first case, the President's tongue SLIPPED and he spoke IN THE PAST TENSE about Iran having nuclear weapons.  Within a minute or two, he was also emphasizing that his intelligence sources have information he won't share with the American public.

In the second case, everyone trying to support "Albo" these days constantly refers to the lack of "a shred of evidence."  Bush has taken up those exact words -- the same ones used by people like Senator Orrin Hatch (R-NV) and Representative Darrell Issa (R-CA).  And where ARE the "shred's of evidence?"  They are being shredded as we speak (in violation of federal law)!

And why won't glorious, great, powerful Britain go rescue those 15 sailors, or diplomatically twist Iran's finger?  Perhaps that, too, is a subtle clue.

Why are these clues important?

Because a few years ago, clues were available that North Korea had a nuclear weapon, but George Bush pretended he didn't realize it.  He pretended the explosion(s?) came as a near-total surprise.  So a lot of land was irradiated, and radioactive gasses were released, and North Korea proved they really had mastered the mediocre "secret" of how to cobble together a dirty (ie, inefficient) nuclear bomb.

Also, these clues are important because they show that this president is "behind the eight-ball."  He cannot speak truthfully to America because he does not want to.  He does not want to because all the real news he has to give is bad.


Ace Hoffman
Carlsbad, CA