Obama sells out National Security by releasing "classified" torture memo's

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    The heck with waterboarding--the bigger issue here--is that our newly elected President released TOP SECRET classifed so-called "torture" memo's aka "enhanced" interrorgations technics to the world. He put it on the internet.

    So while all of you on the left are cheering your new President in his effort to win his "World wide popularity contest"--one has to wonder what else he is going to release that would jeopardise the National Security of this nation!

    Let me ask you liberals something: Have you ever told a secret to anyone--with the intention that your secret would not get out--only to see it "blabbed" all over the next day? Would you TRUST that person ever again?

    Now--imagine intelligence agencies around the world trying to stop the next terrorist attack. Do you think for one single second that they would release that information to Obama--now knowing what he has done?

    Do you believe that our CIA interrogation officers are going to more concerned with the next terror attack on this country, or themselves getting prosecuted by this adminstration?

    "A terrorist will always seek the least path of resistance."
     
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    Is this thread started under the "The more threads on the same opinion I start the more persuasive my arguement will be" theory of debate?
     
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    Bo doesn't think things through.

    Someday he will be out of office, and another POTUS might decide to shed light on BO's doings.

    Once you start this kind of thing, it tends to snowball.
     
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    1. All this information was already out there.

    2. We tortured thousands of Iraqi's and Afgan's. Do you think our enemies don't already know?

    3. It should have never got out that Bush was torturing. That was his mistake. He made us less safe. Now I can't travel for fear I'll be waterboarded.

    4. You're an ass.
     
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    Otter_Creek worst president ever

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    This idiot obama and his supporters are a clear and present danger to the United States of America.
    They must be removed from power before they kill us all.
     
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    True enough - and I truly believe this administration is involved in some serious corruption already with more to come - with a White House full of Chicago operatives and Clinton administration has-beens, it appears inevitable...
     
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    How does releasing memos that were already known about, in detail, and whose ILLEGAL 'enhanced interrogation techniques" were already well known about, in detail
    reduce or damage national security ?

    Now, revealing the identity of a covert a CIA agent and exposing the CIA front company called Brewster Jennings that was used to track and intercede in the black market of WMDs,
    now THAT hurt national security. A lot of nations' security.
    Contacts and assets they were working for/with Brewster Jennings had to scramble, Run for their lives when that agant was revealed, the front company was slammed shut, and the CIA lost track of a lot
    of WMDs and black market weapons transactions, financiers, and dealers.
    Poof.
    All so Dick Cheney could "GET BACK at Joe Wilson !! GRRRR !"

    No national security damage was done by Obama releasing these memos.
    No matter how many times the ignorant runts whine and say it did.

    But it sure was a big step toward getting a grand jury seated on this issue.
    Illegal activites are a crime, no matter who does it.
    Hmmmmmmm.
     
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    ,,,
     
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    Well at least Obama didn't out a CIA agent like Cheney did.
     
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    So you admit Obama did something stupid?

    Granted you are qualifying it with yet another predictable remark about someone unrelated to the topic at hand, but nevertheless, you appear to be agreeing Obama made a boo-boo...
     

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