CHENEY KNEW PLAME WORKED ON SENSITIVE INTEL
But he instructed Libby to blow her cover, despite the threat to our national security. And Libby dutifully obeyed. Heil Cheney. Heil Bush. Heil Bush/Cheney appointed hacks. Heil politics over policy. Heil lies. Heil cowardly lawmakers and journalists. LS
From RAW STORY.COM
As MSNBC first reported yesterday, Wilson was not just undercover... but was, according to intelligence sources, part of an effort three years ago to monitor the proliferation of nuclear weapons material into Iran. And the sources allege that when Mrs. Wilson's cover was blown, part of the administration's ability to track Iran's nuclear ambitions was damaged as well.
CHENEY KNEW PLAME'S WORK AT THE CIA WAS SENSITIVE BUT HE OUTED HER ANYWAY
BUSH NOT HAPPY WITH COLBERT'S PERFORMANCE AT THE WH PRESS WHORE DINNER
Read the pathetic, non-existent and cowardly kiss Bush's sorry butt coverage of Colbert's performance on US News.com below. Perhaps you should not waste your precious time. Alas, have no fear, this sorry excuse of an online non-newspaper heard from yours truly today. LS
US NEWS NON COVERAGE OF COLBERT'S PERFORMANCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE PRESS WHORE DINNER
EVEN A RESPECTED AND SENIOR MEMBER OF THE GOP KNOWS BUSH IS OUT OF CONTROL
From Bloomberg.com via the SOMEBODY NEEDS TO STAND UP TO THE PRESIDENT
UM, since the press and elected officials seem to cower and are obviously rendered completely impotent and powerless under Bush, a comedian had to step forward to try to set the record straight. And yet, no one in Washington seems to be willing or able to talk about what the comedian had to say. What is it with you people inside the so-called freaking beltway? 98% of Americans, at the very least, dwell outside of your revolting "beltway" of cowardice and corruption.
Now, Specter is questioning the legality of the National Security Agency's domestic surveillance of suspected terrorists without court warrants. He called Attorney General Alberto Gonzales before the Judiciary Committee and has repeatedly voiced dissatisfaction with what he called the attorney general's refusal to provide answers.
Specter also convened a hearing on a Democratic senator's plan to censure Bush for authorizing the eavesdropping and has proposed a special court to oversee counterintelligence wiretapping and review the legality of the spying. To pressure the president to give lawmakers more details about the surveillance, Specter floated the idea of cutting off the program's funds.
``The party needs somebody to stand up to the president,'' Specter said in an interview in his corner seventh-floor office of the Philip Hart Senate Office Building that overlooks the Supreme Court. ``I do that, by the way, in a very respectful way.''
ARLAN SPECTER SAID SOMEONE NEEDS TO STAND UP TO BUSH