Jul. 27, 2005

Prosecutor In CIA Leak Case Casting A Wide Net

As I have said before here at The Great Deceiver, it is certainly looking like the White House has been designated an enemy of the state by none other than the CIA itself. It looks more like a direct effort by them to take this White House down.

Now. Let me make myself very, very clear about this. This is not a coup or anything of the sort by the CIA. IT IS their mandate to protect the US from a criminal organization that is bringing death and dishonor to it's inhabitants. and this is exactly what the Bush, Cheney, neocon bunch has been engaged in since the 2000 election.

I hate to crow about it, but this has been obvious to a great many of us who have our eyes open, who are not blinded by the false patriotism and intense nationalistic fervor that has been whipped up by groups like the neocons and other wingnut fascist or theocratic groups (like MAF and RightMarch respectively).

Yes, Rove went too goddamn far when he outed Plame, perhaps triggering the attack by the CIA, but the long and short of it is, they have been prompted to do the right thing for the greater good. I can only hope they are doing it out of national duty to he citizenry, and not out of revenge. If they are doing it for the US, then at least one branch of government is still operating as it should.

When the "frog-march" of Rove is expanded to include Bush, Cheney, Wolfowitz, Perle, Rumsfeld, Novak, Carlucci, the entire group behind the PNAC document, MAF, RightMarch, the media moguls who have been silent about this ongoing and blatant attempt to steal Americans civil rights out from underneath them in the guise of the phony WOT, then America can start to heal from this assault on the nation by it's most radical and fringe groups, groups who have been allowed to conduct their treason only because corporate America has stayed silent....presumably because of the enormous profits to be made during times of war...any war, unjust or not.


Prosecutor In CIA Leak Case Casting A Wide Net
White House Effort To Discredit Critic Examined in Detail

By Walter Pincus and Jim VandeHei
Washington Post Staff Writers
Wednesday, July 27, 2005

The special prosecutor in the CIA leak probe has interviewed a wider range of administration officials than was previously known, part of an effort to determine whether anyone broke laws during a White House effort two years ago to discredit allegations that President Bush used faulty intelligence to justify the Iraq war, according to several officials familiar with the case."

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