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Friday, December 30, 2005

Thoughts: The real leakgate

The liberals bitched and whined about the supposive leaking to Valerie Plame. They called for investigation and found nothing. All they could find wrong about Scooty Libby was perjuring himself under oath. Now with someone leaking classified secrets about domestic spying, I wonder how the liberals will react.
The Justice Department has opened another investigation into leaks of classified information, this time to determine who divulged the existence of President Bush's secret domestic spying program.

The inquiry focuses on disclosures to The New York Times about warrantless surveillance conducted by the National Security Agency since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, officials said.

The newspaper recently revealed the existence of the program in a front-page story that also acknowledged that the news had been withheld from publication for a year, partly at the request of the administration and partly because the newspaper wanted more time to confirm various aspects of the program.

White House spokesman Trent Duffy said Justice undertook the action on its own, and Bush was informed of it Friday.

"The leaking of classified information is a serious issue. The fact is that al-Qaida's playbook is not printed on Page One and when America's is, it has serious ramifications," Duffy told reporters in Crawford, Texas, where Bush was spending the holidays.

Who ever leaked this information should be hung for treason. As far as I'm concerned the leaker is guilty of aiding and abetting the enemy. Now that they leaked this story we won't be able to track the terrorists who threaten our country.

Now that the terrorist scum know what we are doing, they will change what they do. Who ever leaked this is unpatriotic and is a scumbag who deserves to be brought to Club Gitmo.

Of course what does the ACLU think about this? They showed their true colors once again by condemning the Justice Department.

Accusing President Bush of breaking the law and lying to the American people, the American Civil Liberties Union today condemned a Justice Department investigation into the leak of the National Security Agency's operation to eavesdrop on suspected terrorists.
The ACLU, however, called on the administration to drop the newly announced probe of the leakers and, instead, to order an investigation of Bush's program.

"President Bush broke the law and lied to the American people when he unilaterally authorized secret wiretaps of U.S. citizens," said ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero.

The ACLU wrote a letter to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and took out two full-page advertisements in the New York Times calling for appointment of a special counsel to determine whether Bush violated federal wiretapping laws
The ACLU is no better than the asshole who leaked this in the first place. I hope they all get fucked in the ass in Federal Prison.


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