PAINFUL DECEPTIONS -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY
that the January 2002 issue carried an angry article in which he accused the investigation of being "a half-baked farce."
Later that month, both Bush and Cheney asked Tom Daschle to "limit the investigation." Apparently, a half-baked farce was more of an investigation than Bush and Cheney wanted. I suppose they would have preferred a quarter-baked farce.
In March, 2002, the Committee on Science at the House of Representatives held a meeting to investigate the investigation. There were more insults and accusations at this meeting.
For example, Congressman Boehlert complained that the investigation seemed shrouded in "excessive secrecy."
Professor Corbet complained that they were trying to run an investigation with part-time engineers and scientists, and on a shoestring budget.