Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Wolf Blitzer just asked why Novak had to give out Plame's name, rather than just referring to her as Wilson's wife.
Wolf! Lay off the crack, man. It's not like Wilson has dozens of wives so that the bad guys would be confused about who was spooking them out.
How 'bout that Jack Chirack puttin' the moves on Laura Bush?
"He hit on my wife. We're taking him out!"
Expect the invasion of
France Freedom next summer.
Apparently, the CIA formally asked the Justice Department to investigate the Wilson leak -- two weeks or more ago. The issue came to a head this weekend when someone -- someone from the CIA? -- leaked the request for investigation and some information about the original crime. Suddenly the Justice Department is on the case.
The appearance of impropriety rears its ugly head. The Justice Department can't be seen as fulfilling its obligations if it only decides to investigate *after* this weekend's events.
Schwarzenegger defends himself against charges by some that he is a sort of sex pervert -- by claiming to be a liar!
Meanwhile, CNN's Senior Political Whore sings the refrain that Schwarzenegger built his beauty contest career on discipline, leaving out the steroids and the psychological manipulation of his opponent.
In other words, we don't have enough troops in Iraq. The lack of troops means anyone who wants to kill Americans can pull up to dozens of unguarded drive-through ammunition dumps. All it takes is a cement mixer and a 500-pound bomb. A shovel stands in well for the cement mixer.
In other words, we've been lied to the whole way along, and the general in charge has now confessed.
His confession is a lie, of course. He means the US Army doesn't have enough soldiers, nor does the British army. But lots of armies do -- China and India, to name two. Say there are 500 weapons sites, and you want 100 guards for each one: 50,000 troops, plus logistical support. There are dozens of sites, but probably not hundreds. Even another ten or twenty thousand troops could have guarded every known ammunition dump.
Rumsfeld and company would just rather let American soldiers be killed than devote the resources to protecting them. Maybe that's a reasonable decision to make. At some point, we have to trust decision makers on these things. On the other hand, *liars* don't deserve to be trusted.
Has anybody noticed there've been a *lot* of large-scale power outages lately? Italy, England, US, Malaysia, Chile, Georgia, etc.
You think this is just random?
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