1990's Golden Slumbers
The Clintons are trying to halt the airing of the ABC docu-drama The Path To 9/11. From the NY Post article:
"The content of this drama is factually and incontrovertibly inaccurate and ABC has the duty to fully correct all errors or pull the drama entirely," the four-page letter said.
I guess Clinton did pursue Al Qaeda during the 1990's and we just missed it. I guess there were no indications of this global jihad against the US until Bush became president. The Lewinsky-Paula Jones sex scandals (that should have been stayed until Clinton left office) never distracted him from the issue of US security.
As Hugh Hewitt described the film's portrayal of the Clinton administration:
National Security Advisor Sandy Berger is portrayed as indecisive, Madeleine Albright as misdirected, George Tenet as sputtering. The film does not spare the Bush Administration its shots either, but for the left in the US the most damning thing possible is a recounting of the deep slumber concerning al Qaeda that overcame not just President Clinton but all parts of the national security apparatus throughout the '90s.
Watch it on Sunday and Monday nights at 8:00 pm on ABC. For those of you who think the jihad began in late 2001, rent the Moore movie.