I think you just set a record for the most logical fallacies used in one day:
Argumentum ex Silentio -- The fallacy of supposing that someone's silence is necessarily proof of ignorance.
But back to your...er...errors...
1. Bush did not knowingly
use false intel. According to your link, he was presented with information from the Iraqi foreign minister, a member of Saddam’s inner circle. That was one intel briefing against dozens that said otherwise.
2. As someone who has been race-baiting all day, you may want to think twice about who's trying to change the subject.
3. As for defending Rep. Issa, it seems rather pointless when you're acting so irrationnaly (I was going to say acting like an idiot, but since you know how to type, I'm not sure if that would have been accurate.)
Contrary to your weak racism hooey, Rep. Issa's newly obtained wiretaps show that senior Justice Department officials knew about and approved Fast and Furious tactics.
Back in March, 2011, Obama promised that there would be exposure to this, and that they would hold people accountable. Hasn't happened. So the committee had to issue a subpoena back in October, which the DOJ didn't comply with. Speaker Boehner sent a letter over to the Department of Justice, asking some very basic questions of them and the White House. They didn't comply. The DOJ is refusing to provide the very same documents that they're claiming will clear them!
Smells like a cover up to me.