Clinton Administration Counter Terrorism Initiative
Bill Clinton's Anti-Terrorism Measures
Former president offers approach for terrorism fight
Clinton proposes huge police buildup
1996 In Review: U.S. Fought Terrorism At Home And Abroad
The Covert Hunt for bin Laden
Backgrounder On Clinton No.1 Priority On Terrorism at G-7 Summit
Bill Clinton Terror Rumor Debunked
Clinton at UN focuses on Terrorism
Clinton Urges Anti-terrorism Action
Clinton seeks $1 billion to fight terrorism
House approves $29 billion anti-terror bill
Clinton Seeks Anti-Terrorism Aid
Clinton signs airport security measures into law
Clinton Targets Terrorism
Clinton's Letter to Congress on Freezing of bin Ladin Assets
Former envoys : Clinton gave Taliban evidence on bin Laden
President Clinton's Speech on Terrorist Attacks
President Swears to Use 'All Tools' Against Terrorism
U.S. Froze $254 Million In Taliban Cash in 1999
White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security
The DOT Status Report
White House Fact Sheet on Counter-terrorism Measures
Don't blame it on Bill Clinton
The Usual Suspect
Clinton Backs Cyber-Terror Warnings
1996 Anti-terrorism Act
Republicans Watered Down 1996 Clinton Anti-Terrorism Bill
Thanks to Lott & Hatch
Clinton backs tech war on terror
Bill Clinton's Anti-Terrorism Measures
"Clinton's advisors met nearly weekly on how to stop bin Laden ...I didn't detect that kind of focus from the Bush adminsitration."
Two Star General Donald Kerrick
"I don't believe any longer that it's a matter of connecting the dots. I think they had a veritable blueprint and we want to know why they didn't act on it."
Senator Arlen Specter (R-pa) (ON THE BUSH ADMIN)
"Of course Bush knew about the impending attacks on America . He did nothing to warn the American people, because he needed this war on terrorism. His daddy had Saddam and he needed Osama. His presidency was going nowhere. He wasn't elected by the American people, but placed in the Oval Office by the conservative Supreme Court; the economy was sliding into the usual Republican pits and he needed something to hang his presidency on. This guy is a joke. His silence was sleazy and contemptible."
Lt.Colonel Steve Butler
The U.S.-led coalition in Iraq dropped far more bombs during the sunset of Bill Clinton�s presidency than under President George W. Bush in the run-up to war in Iraq, RAW STORY has found.
Between 1999 and 2001, the U.S. and British-led air forces in Iraq dropped 1.3 million pounds of bombs in response to purported violations of the no-fly zones and anti-aircraft fire from Saddam Hussein.
The details of the bombings, provided by the British ministry of defense to parliament in February 2002, markedly revise a picture painted by critics of Bush�s airstrikes and that of a piece RAW STORY carried last week.
The nature of the strikes differed; Clinton�s bombings were part of what some dubbed a �war of attrition,� an attempt to degrade Hussein�s hold on power without resorting to full-scale war, whereas Bush�s bombings appear to have been part of a concerted effort to clear the way for a ground invasion.
A sweeping attack, conducted in January of 1999, rained down 25 missiles on Iraqi soil, killing civilians. Clinton said the attack was in response to four planes violating the no-fly zones.
Clinton and British Prime Minister Tony Blair authorized air strikes on more than 100 days in 1999, sometimes several times per day. The bombings were ostensibly in response to Hussein�s refusal to allow UN weapons inspectors into the country, though critics alleged the move was aimed at deflecting attention from impeachment
The Raw Story | Clinton bombing of Iraq far exceeded Bush's in run-up to war; Bush 'spikes of activity' questioned
Clinton probably created the vile hatred towards the USA that produced the current terrorists.
If I don't respond to you, maybe I'm tired of nonsense. I don't need the last word like some of you do.