Tuesday, May 29, 2007


Well, only sexist Big Dick Cheney thought she couldn't be, since she's a gurrrrl.

Or, well, actually Big Dick Cheney knew damn well she was covert, but didn't like it, because she's a gurrrrl.

Or because she was working on things that Big Dick didn't want competent people working on, especially not if they're gurrrls.

In any case, outing a clandestine agent is treason, is it not?

Or only for administrations that actually respect the rule of law?

Even according to Poppy Bush:
Those who compromise our clandestine operatives are "the most insidious of traitors."

Oh, and just in case you hadn't noticed, Fitzgerald asserts in his filing that Valerie Plame was working for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the Directorate of Operations (DO) on WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION related to IRAQ.


Killing two birds with one stone, were you, Big Dick?

Full story here.


Anonymous said...

Get a grip! The person who "outed" Plame was Armitage, not Cheney, Rove, Bush, or any others that are so often blamed for the leak.

Anonymous said...

You've been drinking too much of the Kool-Ade, ma'am.

Check out what Novakula had to say about Armitage shopping the Plame story to him.

Novak said Armitage wasn't "just gossiping" -- that was just the Rove-spin.

It was a conspiracy.

Of dunces.

Only Libby got caught.

Well, only Libby, so far.

How fast will Bush pardon him?