Proof that The Iraq War was planned before 911

Proof that The Iraq War was planned before 911
  A 60 Minutes INTERVIEW and INDICTMENT, which has been BURIED
  Paul H. O'Neill, Former George W. Bush Treasury Secretary reveals that from the first days of this Bush administration there had been a plan to start a war in Iraq. There were memos, before 911, showing the planning for "a post Saddam Iraq". There was a plan to assemble oil contractors to divvy up Iraq oil. Paul O'Neill's story is the center piece of a book called "The Price of Loyalty" by Ron Suskind. Ron Suskind reveals a document, (dated March 5 of 2001).
  The document is called "Foreign suitors for Iraqi oil field contracts". The actual document is shown in the video. We have to wonder if the fact that George W. Bush is in the oil business has any relevance to his motives for this war.
    The plan included "peace keeping troops" and war crimes tribunals.
  Don Rumsfeld tried to stop the writing of this book.
  With regard to the Iraq war, George W. Bush is quoted as saying:
  "Go find me a way to do this."
    This video includes the actual segment where George W. Bush promised
  that he would reverse the spreading of our military around the world.
  The video shows George W. Bush, DURING HIS CAMPAIGN, saying:
  "If we don't stop extending our troops all around the world, and nation building missions, then we are going to have a serious problem coming down the road, and I am going to prevent that."

  Text discussion of this suppressed interview is found at:
  (CBS) A year ago, Paul O'Neill was fired from his job as George Bush's Treasury Secretary for disagreeing too many times with the president's policy on tax cuts.

Now, O'Neill - who is known for speaking his mind - talks for the first time about his two years inside the Bush administration. His story is the centerpiece of a new book being published this week about the way the Bush White House is run.

Entitled "The Price of Loyalty," the book by a former Wall Street Journal reporter draws on interviews with high-level officials who gave the author their personal accounts of meetings with the president, their notes and documents. [Simon and Schuster, the book's publisher, and, are both units of Viacom.]

But the main source of the book was Paul O'Neill. Correspondent Lesley Stahl reports.