Tenet Resigns

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    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,121665,00.html

    CIA Director Tenet to Resign

    Thursday, June 03, 2004

    WASHINGTON — CIA Director George Tenet submitted his letter of resignation Thursday, President Bush announced.



    Bush said he met with Tenet on Wednesday night in the White House. Tenet said he was resigning for personal reasons.
     
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    The libs will say this is a sign of how bad things are getting for the administration. I think It's a master stroke, designed to pull kerry back to the left, thus into disfavor with most americans, by chumming the water full of blood and hoping Kerry will attack, showing his true lib colors.
     
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    must be due to Al Gore! :)
     
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    You mean al gore, the self styled mannequin of unconvincingly presented ideological rage?
     
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    Actually, I think his resignation is most likely due to the fact that Senate Intelligence Committee will soon be releasing a report on the CIA's prewar intelligence.

    Wow, I sure was surprised to see this news this morning. My ex lives across the street from him in Maryland and used to babysit his kids. She has always said that he's the nicest guy.
     
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    Maybe related. Maybe he's just tired of the whole thing. It's disgusting how libs are trying to destoy this administration. And you're their little lackey monkey snot boy.
     
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    All 100 million+ of us are hellbent on "destoy-ing" America and this admin?
    Riiiight....
     
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    Considering you're on the same play book as al quaeda, it looks to be, yep.
     
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    Oh, you have a copy of AQ's playbook? Maybe you could share it with the rest of us...
     
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    Just tune in to John Kerry and his lies, kool-aid boy.
     

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