Boortz this morning.

Democratic Senator Carl Levin is having a grand old time slamming the Bush Administration over the magic 16 words in the State of the Union speech. Levin is calling for an investigation of Bush’s claim that “The British government has learned that Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.”

So, Levin wants an investigation, does he?

On October 9, 1998 (when there was a Democrat in office) Carl Levin made a speech on the floor of the Senate in which he stated that there are reports that “Iraq (has) attempted to acquire materials for a nuclear program contrary to its treaty obligations.”

We are now waiting for Carl Levin to call for an investigation into his own remarks.

Waiting, but not exactly holding our breath. 

Bootz and I often disagree. But this is NOT one of those times.