link US intelligence officials cautioned the National Security Council before the Iraq war that the American plan to build democracy on the ashes of Saddam Hussein's regime -- as a model for the rest of the region -- was so audacious that, in the words of one CIA report in March, it could ultimately prove "impossible." That assessment ran counter to what the Bush administration was saying at the time as it sought to build support for the war. The intelligence community's doubts were fully aired to top Bush administration officials in the months before the war in multiple classified reports. Once again Bush gets told one thing, and says the opposite to the public. Lets face it, the real reason was always the oil.