Bush puts election above truth on 9/11 investigation.

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Posted by David R. Remer

President Bush and Republican Congressional leaders are balking at the 9/11 Investigation team's demand for 2 additional months to complete their investigation. In an article entitled Sept. 11 Panel Wants Extension on Report, Hope Yen writes:

WASHINGTON - An independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks says it can't finish its final report before late July, putting it at odds with House leaders who oppose a delay that would push the report's release closer to the November election.

The 10-member bipartisan National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States agreed Monday to request an extension from Congress of at least two months past the May 27 deadline even though the Bush administration and congressional leaders suggested a delay was unlikely.

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