from today's New York Times, repeated warnings to the Bush team - yes, the election stealers - that Al Queda posed a major security threat and the Bushies failed to take it seriously - no wonder the Bush team didn't want the creation of the commission to investigate 9/11: article's lead:WASHINGTON -- March 19 — Senior Clinton administration officials called to testify next week before the independent commission investigating the Sept. 11 attacks say they are prepared to detail how they repeatedly warned their Bush administration counterparts in late 2000 that Al Qaeda posed the worst security threat facing the nation — and how the new administration was slow to act. They said the warnings were delivered in urgent post-election intelligence briefings in December 2000 and January 2001 for Condoleezza Rice, who became Mr. Bush's national security adviser; Stephen Hadley, now Ms. Rice's deputy; and Philip D. Zelikow, a member of the Bush transition team, among others.