More Calls For Prosecuting the NY Times and Ilk

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    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2006/06/the_new_york_times_at_war_with.html
     
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    People should get in touch with their elected representatives and INSIST that these betrayals be stopped. The NYT and those who provided the information to them should be prosecuted to the fullest extent. In times of war, we can't have a fifth column operating openly against us. This is clearly an irresponsible press aiding and abetting the enemy.
     
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    While they're at it they can press their elected representatives to put pressure on the Administration to prosecute its own leakers.
     
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    It's right there, Bully:

     
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    Oh...but those are the "good" leakers. :wtf:
     
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    I hate to say it (I really really do not like agreeing with Bully on ANYTHING) but Bully is right. Not that the leaker is necessarily one of the Administration but that the leaker of this particular information needs to be caught and prosecuted and then summarily shot.
     
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    LOL...yep they are; the ones who leak classified information that compromises national security are "bad" leakers.
     
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    RAFLMAO!! As opposed to the ones who leak classified information in order to advance the admin's agenda.... lol...
     
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    See ...you are learning!

    ANYONE who is found guilty of leaking calssified information should be prosecuted ( and I do mean anyone FOUND GUILTY). If the information is declassified and then "leaked" ; that is a different story all together.
     
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    It's asymmetrical warfare, but that doesn't matter either:

    http://article.nationalreview.com/?q=MWE2Zjk3NDU5ZDVjNzBiNGU1NGQ1YmY5Mzg3MTY1ODA=

     

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