Talk:Office of Special Plans

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I removed the massive article quotes from the page and created links to articles under External Links. All the quoting made the page large and there could be possible copyright issues with such massive quoting. It would be useful to have a general more in-depth analysis of OSP, but avoid relying on such massive quotes to do so -- Termigator 17:34 27 Aug 2003 (EDT)

All your questions answered, Nobody's watching the clock

Lorelei Jackson 3.11.04

WASHINGTON- President George W. Bush will privately answer all questions raised by the federal commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks, the White House said, suggesting that Bush might allow the interview to extend beyond the one-hour limit originally offered to the panel by the White House. "He's going to answer all the questions they want to raise," said the White House spokesman, Scott McClellan, whose remarks suggested that the White House was softening its negotiating stance toward the bipartisan commission. "Nobody's watching the clock."

Conversly, while promising that Bush would respond to all of the commission's questions, McClellan said that the White House still hoped to abide by the one-hour time limit for the interview. He called one hour "a reasonable period of time to set aside for a sitting president of the United States."...more

I moved the above from the page to here. Didn't seem to fit with the article. Laura Miller 13:26, 15 Mar 2004 (EST)