Oftentimes I’m disappointed in the real media for not stating things as clearly and succinctly as people do on weblogs. But this editorial from the Star Tribune (from the Twin Cities) does the job when it comes to the “inquiry” the Bush administration is setting up to “investigate” intelligence failures prior to 9/11. Every honest person in this country has the duty to fight the ongoing assertion that it was the CIA’s fault that the threat Iraq posed was vastly exaggerated before we invaded. The fact that the people who once accused the CIA of being too soft on Iraq are now accusing it of the opposite should kill Bush’s chances of another term if nothing else does. This administration thinks we’re all morons, or at least that over half of the voters are morons.