I'm going to reserve judgment right now on whether or not the Bush administration had actionable warning on imminent attacks on U.S. soil. Some are praising Condoleeza Rice as if she passed some sort of test with flying colors. Others are calling for perjury charges.
For me, it's tough to imagine that a Presidential daily briefing memo entitled "Bin Laden determined to attack inside United States" couldn't serve as adequate warning, but Rice claimed the content of the memo presented nothing new. I guess I'll just have to defer judgment until the memo is declassified.