Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Following The Money

Does Alan Greenspan have some explaining to do?

Readers may recall that a few weeks ago, I wrote this piece about the relationship between Federal Reserve monetary policy and the price of oil. I speculated that because of the effect of excess liquidity, the Fed may have reached the limits of its monetary policy unless it wanted to risk sending the price of oil far higher.

Now things get more interesting.

Over the past few months, the Fed has been pumping an extraordinary amount of liquidity into the financial markets, even as it has continued to raise interest rates slowly and reassure the public with happy talk about the strength of the economy. As I explained previously, the Fed does this by maintaining a constant "pool" of temporary liquidity; importantly, it can vary the size of this pool and thus adjust the amount of easy money in the financial system. This money is "temporary" because the Fed essentially loans it out to intermediaries, who must pay it back within a specific period. Before it is paid back, however, it finds its way into stocks, bonds, oil, gold, and other financial instruments. In addition, the Fed also "creates" money to inject into the system that never gets paid back; this occurs via "permanent open market operations" which are an extremely potent way to provide liquidity to the market and the economy.

It is difficult to overestimate the importance to the financial markets of Fed-created liquidity. In a paper from August 2003, researchers at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis wrote, "Open market operations are not another weapon in the Fed's arsenal, but the only weapon in its arsenal."

With that in mind, what happened last week is fascinating. Here are two charts of the Fed's recent level of activity. The first shows the expanding and shrinking daily size of the temporary liquidity pool. The date (ending on July 8th) is indicated on the bottom of the chart, and the size of the pool in billions is on the left:



And now, the Fed's permanent liquidity injections over the same time period:



If these charts are difficult to see, you can click to enlarge them. In addition, a link to a clearer version of the top one is here, and the bottom one is here. Note however that these charts are updated daily to reflect new activity, so anyone using those links to view the charts will see current activity and not a screenshot of the specific time period I've shown here.

As the first chart shows, temporary liquidity hit a multi-year high on July 5th, which was Tuesday, and it remained highly elevated on Wednesday and Thursday. And the second chart indicates that "securities lending"---another way for the Fed to create liquidity in the financial system---saw a huge spike on June 30th.

It is important to understand that the Federal Reserve does not make these charts available. It only provides the raw data on its operations, and leaves it to the public to calculate the actual amount of continuing liquidity from day to day. Financial professionals generally consider this "man behind the curtain" stuff. Those who are aware of it don't like to discuss it, because it implies that stocks rise and fall based on something other than fundamentals and their own acumen. You will almost never see this discussed in the mainstream financial media, for example. And that's just fine with the Fed.

I watch these charts every day as a function of my job, and have for many years. What appears above is extraordinary activity---particularly the size of the "temporary" pool, which the Fed almost doubled to $40 billion in just a few days leading up to last Tuesday, despite the fact that oil was trading over $60. And since all that money provided by the Fed can be leveraged, the effect on the financial markets is magnified.

Why the need for all that easy money all of a sudden? The Fed doesn't take this sort of action for no reason, particularly when the price of oil is already at an all-time high. It does so in response to circumstances it predicts will create a need for liquidity, or when it specifically wants to support the stock market as it did after 9/11.

The terrorist attacks in London took place on Thursday. The Fed dramatically increased the pool of liquidity available for stocks to a multi-year high 48 hours before that---an ideal amount of time for that liquidity to filter into the market---and kept it elevated for the next few days. And indeed, it worked. The stock market saw heavy buying right at the opening bell on Thursday and has shot straight up since then.

Why did the Fed do this? Was it just another coincidence in our financial markets that somehow managed to immediately precede a major geopolitical event?

One person can give us some answers easily and quickly: Alan Greenspan. Doesn't it behoove him to do so before he rides off into the sunset a few months from now?



Update: Some readers have raised good questions in the comments section, which I address. The purpose of this post was not to posit some grand malevolent conspiracy. I don't think I did that. I was simply noting specific activity in the financial markets that---based on my observation and judgment--was both interesting and atypical in and of itself, and even more so in light of the events of last week.

384 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Important stuff. This post begs to be forwarded to some major media outlets to get some exposure.

7/12/2005 7:50 PM  
Blogger Louise said...

I'd label this "tin foil hat" stuff, except that I feel certain, from your previous posts, that you're not prone to that kind of thinking at all. So...hmm...

7/12/2005 7:54 PM  
Anonymous semper fubar said...

Ummmm... wow.

I'm trying to wrap my brain around the idea that a (once and future?) republican is thinking like this.

I thought it was just me.

7/12/2005 7:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmmm, indeed.

7/12/2005 8:00 PM  
Blogger James said...

Yikes!!!

Are you suggesting in some way that the Fed may have had prior knowledge of some terrorist event (presumably not the specifics of London)?

Presumably this must have come from the Administration (unless Greenspan has his own CIA)

If so, there are quite a few questions about how much of this information was known prior to the attack and whether there was any action by the appropriate agencies (CIA, NSA, Homeland Security, etc) to share with the UK.

Just to be clear, is there a precedent for the fed to free up so much more money -- perhaps some "bad news" in any of the other economic data coming down the pike (I seem to recall that the jobs # were pretty good the past month, but don't know what the status is on consumer confidence, or other benchmark #'s).

This has the potential to be a really interesting story, but I fear that it's going to be too "wonkish" to get any play in the MSM (although someone should start asking some questions).

7/12/2005 8:24 PM  
Anonymous ctbill said...

Very interesting. And I do not think this is too "wonkish." It is actually very clear, and those charts help a LOT.

7/12/2005 8:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your a great blogger so you already know the importance of each and every word and phrase.

A casual reading of your post tell me your entering uncharted waters.

This post deserves a follow up precisly explaining what your getting at here. No need for hints or clues. Just lay it out.

7/12/2005 8:32 PM  
Blogger Antonie said...

You charts are crystal clear. And here I am trying hard not to believe in conspiracy theories or behind the scenes government!

7/12/2005 8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is alan greenspan
really osama?

i've never seen them together...

7/12/2005 10:26 PM  
Blogger BullandBearWise said...

Or there could be a perfectly reasonable explanation. The securities lending event on 6/30 was for end-of-the-quarter "window dressing" and the high outstanding balance around the July 4th holiday was to provide liquidity to Americans spending money celebrating their independence.

7/12/2005 10:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BullandBearWise has a good point. Graphs of the same time period for the past couple of years should be able to give a better indication about how "extraordinary" this year's data is.

7/12/2005 11:02 PM  
Blogger BullandBearWise said...

Here's last year:

http://www.bullandbearwise.com/FOMOSP500CustChart.asp?BegDate=6%2F12%2F2004&EndDate=7%2F12%2F2004

and the year before:

http://www.bullandbearwise.com/FOMOSP500CustChart.asp?BegDate=6%2F12%2F2003&EndDate=7%2F12%2F2003

Same general idea...

7/12/2005 11:10 PM  
Anonymous Norm204 said...

Thanks bullandbearwise for the past info. Look the name Greenspan
and the word conspiracy do not
belong together in the same sentence. Come on, let's get
real here.

7/12/2005 11:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

greenspan runs this economy along a razor's edge. Mainstream mom and pop investors just pay attention to what the financial media say and they treat Greenspan like he was some kind of Messiah. I also think that it is very important to realize that there very well could have been information about a possible terrorist attack somewhere. This information wouldhave been passed to the Fed in order tokeep the economy afloat. If the DOW dropped below 10000 (which it looked like it was going to do before the terror attacks) the economy would have gone down alotfurther. One of the best tells ofconsumer confidence is the Dow. A lot of people dont invest (or save for that matter) but they know what the stockmarket is and if it went below 10k it would have been plastered all over the newspapers and tv news. this would have curbed their spending because they would be worried about an economic downturn. The Fed did what it had to do in order to prepare forapossible terrorist attack, even though it is artificially keeping the economy afloat. London security forces had said they were on alert for an attack over the last several months. It could have been based on intelligence,or just on the fact that the G8 conference would be a likely target. And even if there was morespecific intelligence it would be very difficult to stop the nature of the attacks that occured.

7/12/2005 11:43 PM  
Blogger The Cunning Realist said...

Thanks for the comments. Before writing the post, I looked at data from the same time of year for several previous years. The only year that saw anything remotely similar to this year was 2004---and even then, the rise in the liquidity pool was not as sharp as this year when it increased by 60% in one day. Second, the far gentler rises in previous years---if they have occurred at all---have dissipated after the 4th of July. The massive increase this year took place after the 4th. Third, and perhaps most importantly, oil was trading in the 60's this year when the Fed took this action---thus it was far riskier for the Fed to print all that money now as opposed to years past, when its monetary policy was not constrained by the price of oil or other commodities.

7/12/2005 11:53 PM  
Blogger Dark Wraith said...

Good evening, Cunning Realist, from the Dark Wraith, host and administrator of The Dark Wraith Forums.

As we look at the open market operations, we must also look at the magnifier created by the money multiplier, itself: to the extent that the required reserve ratio and the demand for cash balances both increase, any action by the Fed becomes more and more mitigated. Although some might argue with me on this point, as the price of gasoline and petroleum distillates surges, the demand for real cash balances (as opposed to delivery into demand deposits) might become greater, but even if it doesn't, the velocity of money circulating through the demand deposit base in the banking system is increasing.

The Federal Reserve has forward-looking analysts in its ranks, and they need not have known about the attack, itself, to have been privy to national security information related to internal models setting probabilities on terrorist-related activities. If this is not the case, then the Fed is being denied a tool that would be critical to its effectiveness in the post-9/11 world.

There is plenty of evidence that both the United States and Great Britain were aware that the Western Hemisphere was approaching what is called a "node" in the parlance of a field of mathematics known as "crisis theory." It would be surprising if other intelligence agencies around the world had not picked up some indication through the level, quality, details, or even structure of communications traffic that something was about to happen. That the central bank would be apprized of this is not surprising in the least.

Although I personally believe that the U.S. and Great Britain knew more than they will ever admit about the bombings that were about to happen, it is not necessary to go that far to explain why the Fed was moving aggressively, if quietly, to provide forward liquidity.

Eventually, however, the economy will pay for these actions: for the better part of the Bush Administration, the Federal Reserve has accommodated the irresponsible taxation policies of the neo-conservatives by an expansionary monetary policy. The only reason that did not create inflation before now was the substantial, if artificial, strength of the American dollar that permitted much of that continuously increasing overhang to move through negative net exports into the central banks of other countries. Ultimately, though, our current account deficits must be matched by capital account surpluses, which means that the dollars have been returning here like the components of a slowly building time bomb. Now, with the return to hard-core expansionary policy that you have noted occurring in the era in which that overhang of greenbacks is beginning to appear as an uptick in the domestic aggregate price level, the combination will cause an acceleration of inflation that will appear to many analysts—in particular, to the neo-cons who thought they actually did get something for nothing—as a wholly unexpected, economy-wide price shock.

Commodities prices are merely the leader in what is to come; and it remains to be seen which way the Fed will go: on the one hand, if it has some semblance of intestinal fortitude, it will to turn off the greenback printing press and resume contractionary monetary policy, thereby precipitating severe recession; on the other hand, if it prefers to continue its enabling relationship with the neo-conservative radicals who pretend they're actually Republicans, it plow ahead and monetize the coming waves of price shock, thereby ultimately setting off spiraling inflation expectations, which will ultimately be impounded in the yields on financial instruments, thereby precipitating an even more severe recession down the road.

My bet is that the Fed will inflate the economy, then allow it to collapse in the aftermath of the 2008 Presidential election, and then allow the Democrat elected at that time to bear the brunt of the responsibility for the crisis.

That's my bet, anyway.


The Dark Wraith has spoken.

7/12/2005 11:59 PM  
Anonymous PhilS said...

All a bit much, perhaps. But, certainly besides his own connections, his wife is Andrea Mitchell-foreign affairs correspondent for NBC.....
Your previous credibility allows me to watch this maybe play out elsewhere, and not write you off too fast.

7/13/2005 12:21 AM  
Blogger BullandBearWise said...

Wraith, I think you’re giving the Fed too much credit. In that they hold more securities on behalf of foreigners (mostly Asians) than they do for domestic banks, they do the bidding of overseas interests now. At $2 billion a day in financing, Asians want to keep the American consumer strong and fearless. They are the true enablers of our misguided foreign exploits and they’ll be left holding the bag when this entire episode finally blows up.

7/13/2005 12:23 AM  
Blogger Dark Wraith said...

Good evening, BullandBearWise.

I have no doubt that the foreigners will be left holding the bag of Salvation Army store assets called the American economy, but all that means is that they will be the impoverished landlords of the impoverished tenants in the impoverished land of the formerly free.

As a corollary to the wholesale discount that will be applied to the asset side of their balance sheets, not only will those foreign interests will somewhat less than happy campers about the pit into which they fell with their American vassals, but they will also be unable to provide any sort of bail-out for their rather poorly considered buy-out of America, Inc.

The consolation will come as we get to watch the Chinese try to figure out how to stave off the ultimate effects of their own years of profligately printing yuan like candy wrappers to hold 8.28 of them to the dollar.

Misery does love company, you know.


The Dark Wraith enjoys watching the world turn... and squirm as it does so.

7/13/2005 12:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

at the VERY least, this was an interesting post to read. I appreciate the clarity as well.

7/13/2005 5:05 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

"I watch these charts every day as a function of my job, and have for many years."

I thought the Fed's open market operations were simply the plug needed to keep the Fed Funds rate at the target level. The spike you are pointing out indicates a demand for short-term deposits from banks. Unless you are saying that the Fed Funds rate was forced below target (as it was post 9/11) prior to the London bombings I am not sure Greenspan is the right person to answer your questions about why the liquidity was necessary.

The effective FF rate on 7/3 was 3.36 (above target) while on 7/11 we were happily back to 3.23. The data for the period in question should be up shortly but a liquidity injection does not shock me given the data point from 7/3.

7/13/2005 7:36 AM  
Blogger Michael said...

For good measure here is effective rate data around 9/11.

09/11/2001 3.50
09/12/2001 3.56
09/13/2001 3.31
09/14/2001 3.13
09/15/2001 3.13
09/16/2001 3.13
09/17/2001 2.13
09/18/2001 1.25
09/19/2001 1.19
09/20/2001 2.22
09/21/2001 3.11

The target was moved to 3% from 3.5% on 9/17.

7/13/2005 7:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CR, you disappoint me.

Two technical comments:

There are large, overlapping seasonal factors affecting reserves at end of quarter, around July 4, and for the summer months, all of which lead to more demand for reserves. Don't you think it would be a good idea to assess those factors and to systematically adjust for them before conjecturing about some deep dark conspiracy?

Then there is the fact that the US economy is growing - which by itself explains why many economic and financial measures are larger in most years than the previous year.

It is the unexplained element that requires explanation, not the established pattern. And your comments do not make much of an effort to make that adjustment.

You can do better.

7/13/2005 10:50 AM  
Blogger The Cunning Realist said...

To the previous poster....of course, I know there are seasonal factors at work that affect reserve levels. I addressed some of that in an earlier comment in this section in which I mentioned I had compared this activity to previous years. In addition, the oil factor is extremely important here, and has not been a factor in previous years.

The purpose of this post was not to dissect the entirety of Federal Reserve monetary policy or the U.S. economy. Nor was it to imply the existence of some "deep dark conspiracy." It was to raise some issues about activity that on the surface seemed out of the ordinary. And that's all I did.

You're welcome to discuss those factors you think are important that I did not go into.

7/13/2005 11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm pretty cynical about this administration, but even I don't believe they had prior knowledge of the London attacks. Aside from the seasonal factors that some have mentioned, wouldn't it be more likely that there was something in the news right before the liquidity increase that Greenspan wanted to distract from? Maybe the Karl Rove stuff? It could be anything, there's so much bad news these days.

7/13/2005 3:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It could have been in preparation for:

1) The G8 summit, a likely terrorist target.

2) The prospect of hurricane Cindy/Dennis knocking out oil production facilities in the Gulf of Mexico

7/13/2005 3:31 PM  
Anonymous mextex said...

A good read. I don't see this as any type of a conspiracy theory, it just raises some legit questions I for one am curious about.

7/13/2005 5:28 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

That second chart looks suspiciously like it's giving us the finger.

7/14/2005 9:20 AM  
Blogger BullandBearWise said...

My comments surrounding the Fed's generousity around the July 4th holiday notwithstanding, I find the sudden drop in effecive Fed funds rate on the 6th rather peculiar.

http://bullandbearwise.com/FedFundsTargetChart.asp

7/14/2005 11:18 AM  
Blogger Tayefeth said...

As a financial novice (by comparison), I find this discussion fascinating. I especially appreciate the links to actual data.

7/14/2005 5:34 PM  
Anonymous 'Winston' said...

Who massively shorted United Airlines fortuitously prior to 9/11? And why was Sterling shorted prior to 7/7?
http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=45312

I smell a rat, a very big rat.

I don't like rats.

7/17/2005 10:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to Dark Wraith:
an enema may relieve that load you are carrying.

7/18/2005 12:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think its a conspiracy theory for the administration to have some idea that there may be a terrorist action, although they don't announce it, and they let the Fed know and thereby liquidity is temporarily increased. If there had not been an attack, could the additional liquidity be taken out quickly?

I don't believe the administration (in the US or UK) provides the public with all the information they have, either before or after, but they do take actions based on that data.

7/18/2005 1:46 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Would this have anything to do with July 4th?

The markets were closed on a Monday, were they not?

The markets in London and Tokyo were open.

So maybe the US market needed the extra liquidity, and it went in on July 5th.

7/18/2005 3:01 PM  
Anonymous glooperoo said...

*takes off tinfoil hat*
I've may have solved the mystery, and without any need for conspiring on the part of the Fed! Perhaps Greenspan was merely responding to the 6% drop in the British Pound in the 10 days leading up to the attacks. Granted, I don't actually know enough about finance to say that the Fed would want to respond to a huge drop in the pound by pumping in more liquidity, but at least that's something that they could be responding to. :-)

Then again, why in the hell was the Pound dropping like a rock 10 days before those attacks? And where did I put my hat? I think I need it again. ... :-/

7/18/2005 5:23 PM  
Blogger Jordy said...

Was Brit Hume on to somethng?

Hume's "first thought" on hearing of London attacks: It's "time to buy" futures
http://mediamatters.org/items/200507070007

7/18/2005 8:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

very intersting !
i notice dark wraith thought about: " national security information related to internal models setting probabilities on terrorist-related activities."

i am not in finance, but this idea is not serious, it is like claims that some 6 minutes advance warning...
2 solution
1) they organize it (remotly or not)
2) they pretend to have knowledge

but not in between.

if you can by a statistical tool predicate terrorist action,
aren't you at the level of this famous statisticien that predict his day of deith....somewhere provocating it...?
unfortunatly it is the king of business in the air actualy...
...the "false demiurgist" style,
sorry if i am a bit out of context, and poor in english

7/18/2005 9:13 PM  
Anonymous Colin said...

It's hilarious that some of you are so eager to avoid 'conspiracies'. And that you seem so sure of your 'facts' but obviously have no idea what you're actually talking about.

If you would open your eyes a little, take off the blinders, stand back and look at the bigger picture, I think you'd realize that what you believe to be patently impossible is not only possible, but extremely likely...

Do any of you know the origins of the Federal Reserve?

Do you realize that when the Federal Reserve was created the United States of America was sold down the river to those who control the system?

Have you not heard Alan Greenspan's true beliefs on gold and the debasement of currency? He had some rather intelligent thoughts back before he jumped ship and decided to help the Globalists carry out their agenda.

http://www.321gold.com/fed/greenspan/1966.html

Why don't you spend a few hours educating yourselves on the history of money and start putting the pieces together for yourselves:

http://www.indybay.org/uploads/moneymasters1.wmv

http://www.indybay.org/uploads/moneymasters2.wmv


http://www.freedom-force.org/pdf/futurecalling1.pdf

http://www.freedom-force.org/pdf/futurecalling2.pdf

http://www.freedom-force.org/pdf/futurecalling3.pdf

http://www.freedom-force.org/pdf/futurecalling4.pdf


It's interesting that all of you are so concerned that you may be labelled 'conspiracy theorists', as if it's the worst fate imaginable.

Maybe you should get over whatever fear you have and start doing some independent research. I think you may be alarmed by what you discover.

It's curious that some of you are obviously aware of the fact that the USA is rapidly digressing from its position as an economic superpower to that of a Second-World nation, but you are unable to see that this is occurring by design.

You should really study those PDF documents and pay particularly close attention to the names that continually surface and to the connections between those who have played a role in shaping our current geo/socio/political/economic situations.

You can call me a conspiracy theorist all you like - I'd rather adorn that label than subscribe to theories that make zero sense and are completely contradictory from a macro perspective.

You may wish to spend some time thinking about your fervent adherence to commonly-accepted, though blatantly false theories. Hopefully you will realize that by maintaining your present positions on issues of the greatest importance - contrary to substantial evidence indicating otherwise - you are in fact perpetuating lies of the grandest order and are going to extravagant lengths to enslave yourselves, both financially and mentally, to elitests who care not for your best interests or those of our fellow countrymen.

Colin

7/18/2005 9:37 PM  
Blogger The Loganism said...

I'm looking for a little clarification here. I get the sense from the original blog post that this was a high-risk move by the Fed, at least in the context of the financial market. I'm basing this interpretation on the line "The Fed doesn't take this sort of action for no reason, particularly when the price of oil is already at an all-time high". I don't have much understanding of the financial market but I'm guessing that all that excess liquidity can be very damaging if it isn't used up quickly, especially at an increased rate of circulation caused by high oil prices. It would help if someone more informed on finance could clarify that point for me.

If I am correct in this notion, then the logical step many commenters here are missing is that the Fed (or someone advising the Fed) didn't just have an inkling of impending disaster, they had to be certain enough to outweigh the risk of this action. Statistical models based on abstract elements (i.e. general traffic over certain known terror networks, or the high profile of the G8 Summit) absolutely play a part here. The previous comment trying to downplay statistics as a tool for security is absolutely wrong; it is not a fool-proof tool, but it is certainly an effective tool that is in use. However, such abstract information can only get you so far when it comes to the certainty of your predictions.

So the question I am posing is this: in the context of the financial market, how risky of an action was this for the fed, and how do we translate that risk into a level of certainty they might have had about an impending attack?

7/18/2005 9:52 PM  
Blogger Michael Price said...

So what was happening in Threadneedle Street while the Fed was being so prescient? Surely Alan gave the word to Mervyn? I mean these central bankers are all supposed to be on the same page right? I'd like to know if they completed similar manoveurs.

7/20/2005 2:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I’ve looked into the “plunge protection” theory before, and always decided that the market is simply too big for it. Even with leverage.

Think about the NYSE trading an average of 1.2 billion shares a day (@ let’s say $30 a share), then add the derivatives market (admittedly runs on basis of underlying stocks), the Nasdaq, Commodities, ETFs, Bonds, FX etc… it’s just too big..

7/20/2005 12:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

about : "The previous comment trying to downplay statistics as a tool for security is absolutely wrong; it is not a fool-proof tool, but it is certainly an effective tool that is in use. However, such abstract information can only get you so far when it comes to the certainty of your predictions."

You want a fool TOOL PROFF !
It is not statistic !
912 days between 911 and Madrid Bombings
ok ?
then now :
1395 days between London bombings and 911....and 483 days between MAdrid and London
1395-483 = 912
if you count day 1 the day after each event
you have 911 days

if you want to bet on terrorism in west, it seems easier than horses, just use the americain emergency number.
I wonder how those terrorists are so inline with US emergency numbers...

maybe they watch too much Hollywood movies ?

7/21/2005 4:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wmmm. This is really interesting. Thanks for bringing this up. There is another article, which points out another "atypical" financial movemet: http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=45312

7/22/2005 10:01 AM  
Blogger Chris F. said...

Wow. Direct knowledge or chatter along the communication lines, I think this makes it clear that something was expected to happen. As for the Administration having details, we have no proof here that there was a detailed knowledge of the London bombings. Conspiracy? Probably not, but the liberal in me wants to find out the truth, before taking Mr. Bush on his word, given the language his communications director and Karl Rove have chosen. Spinning "resistance" into "insurgency" into "terrorists" is highly questionable, and there are many other examples of poor language changes ("Global Warming" into "Climate Change" and relatedly "Threat" into "Challenge") just seems to me like "Newspeak" from 1984. I want some questions answered, and now.

7/23/2005 3:01 PM  
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