Bush to keep secret 'grim' war report quiet until after election

A secret US intelligence report which says the political and military situation in Afghanistan is "grim" will be withheld from the public until after the election, a new report says.

Intelligence officials are finishing up the National Intelligence Estimate on Afghanistan, according to ABC's Brian Ross, "but there are 'no plans to declassify' any of it before the election," an official said.

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Translation: things are apparently going so colossally badly in Afghanistan that the Administration is terrified of releasing this before the election.

This is all the more reason that We the People should have "the right to know what's going on before we cast our votes in November.

It is with our money and our troops with which this occupation has, for the most part, been conducted.

We deserve to know just what our tax dollars have actually done for us in this 7-year occupation.

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