|Posted on Thursday, July 07, 2005 - 08:18 pm: |
. . . and so the Grand Jury's been going for--you say--TWO years, and the two guys--the kingmaker with a room down the hall from the president, and that cheerleader 'journalist', fucked national security in the most critical zone of its vulnerable self as payback to someone who embarrassed the president with truth--to be facing WHAT? Nothing, you say? And that slackarse journalist who swallowed Chalabi's come-ons and spewed it out is now a martyr in jail, saying as she went, "They put shackles on my hands and feet." And other journalists as slack as her, but who, like her, didn't write the story, are facing jail--for WHAT? Because they won't give their sources. His sources? But they know who wrote the story. And why would she protect a traitor to America--someone so keen to smear that he would turf America's rarest human assets down the drain?
You make no sense, you know, except if you're trying to sell this story to some National Enquirer of the la-la left. Besides, it's too complicated. Remember the rule: "Simplicity, simplicity, simplicity"!
And you can't tell me what the Grand Jury is looking for because its proceedings are secret? And now all these repressive regimes are smiling as they have the same attitude to intimidation and protection of those in power. Shit, you're delusional. After all, didn't President Bush say something about freedom just the other day? I can't remember exactly, but . . . you know. He's always pushing it, while you only bandy about words like treason... Get real!
Prison for Judith Miller: A dark day for freedom of the press
Reporters handcuffed in new era:They fear jailing of journalist will prompt sources to clam up
Silence remains on Rove, and the Fox spin on Joe Wilson
Editorial, Miami Herald
Two years into CIA leak probe, no charges
|Posted on Tuesday, July 12, 2005 - 08:33 pm: |
"If a Mob Boss Says to a Hit Man, "Kill Jim Smithís Wife," Can He Claim He Didnít Order the Murder..."
Where are the Republican patriots now?