Call A New Special Prosecutor!

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  1. Annie
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    Does't this sound like CIA leaking? :shocked: In Washington? :shocked:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/11/01/AR2005110101644.html?nav=hcmodule

     
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    This piece is not revealing the identities of covert operatives. Get a clue. :teeth: :cow: :bat: :ssex: :baby: :bangheads :thewave: :baby: :mad:
     
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    No, that is true. However someone is telling secrets that should be by the story's definition, "Top Secret".
     
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    Maintenance of secret detention facilites violates the spirit, if not the letter, of the Geneva Conventions and further endanger the lives of any US soldiers that may fall into enemy hands.

    SO, it's something we, the people, should be made aware of in order to hold the government officials responsible for them accountable.
     
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    Bully, I seriously disagree. I know I won't convince you, but the press IS out of control. For that matter, so are many of the CIA at Foggy Bottom-another term for an adjunct of State prior to Rice.
     
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    oh ya---plant the microchips in every government officials brain cause they all work for us and we should know EVERYTHING.
     
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    We can't win a war because our troops' hands are tied by rules the enemy does not observe.

    As late as yesterday, the Dim-o-craps in Congress shuffled the deck and pulled out the "Bush lied" and demanded answers for something a lengthy investigation already did.

    Bitch about our faulty intelligence but tie the intelligence agencies' hands so they can't do anything but read the paper and report the MSM news. :smoke:
     
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    Well I've already written to Big Dick Durbin :rolleyes: to let him know that I remember what he said about our military. I don't seem to be alone, as this morning the local ABC radio talk/news was taking call after call about yesterday.

    It's imperative that people contact their reps and let them know that 'they care and are watching the votes.
     
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    That's fine, but I like it when the Dem's pull this kind of nonsense. Why should it bother me that they keep making themselves look like jackasses?
     
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    Well IMO if everyone that thinks they are a horse's ass would get involved, even in the smallest ways, come election time, they will vote. I know 'conservatives' tend to do so in most cases, but what is known is that once one is 'engaged' that one tends to speak out to those that aren't. Just a thought.
     

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