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Was Bush Honest about 9/11? Loose Change Screens Tonight

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This administration has seen its highs and lows. It was wrong about Saddam having WMDs, it can't seem to find Bin Laden, billions of dollars are unaccounted for in Iraq, some of our military have been accused of torturing prisoners, the CIA was found to have secret prisons, the President continues to want to spy on US phone calls without a warrant, the Vice President's office was caught revealing the name of a covert CIA official to get back at her husband who wrote an newspaper column, both the majority leaders in the house and the senate were involved in scandals, the White House was exposed for letting a gay male hooker enter the White House Press Conferences every day for over a year on a Day Pass, this administration has been caught paying off reporters at home and abroad, Condi Rice seems to be caught in a lie about being briefed about 9/11 by the former administration... the list goes on and on.

So do you trust this administration when it comes to 9/11? The controversial documentary "Loose Change" seems to have some wild accusations that might be unfounded, but what about the ones that they're correct about?

If you believe this administration or not, tonight you will have a chance to view the doc in its entirety and talk about it with your westside neighbors: UnUrban Coffee House, 3310 Pico Blvd., Santa Monica 8pm