Far left: “Outing” CIA agent is bad, exposing CIA interrogation tactics that save lives is good

Posted by: ST on April 22, 2009 at 9:37 pm

Just came to me: Now that the cat is out of the box regarding the CIA’s enhanced interrogation techniques – to the delight of liberals across the country but to the detriment of our safety and security, I think it’s safe to say that their “outrage” over the alleged “outting” of Valerie Plame due to “national security” concerns was more like …

Fauxtrage!

Really. Can these people possibly be anymore transparent in their anti-Bush/Cheney agendas? They’re playing games with our national security – as usual. And if it costs lives, we’ll know exactly where to look when the fingerpointing starts.

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  1. Neoavatara says:

    Excellent point. The hypocrisy of the extreme left never ceases to amaze me.

  2. Anthony says:

    Excellent point, ST. I hadn’t even thought of the Plame angle.

  3. Carlos says:

    Don’t you get it, ST? Only the enlightened can differentiate between such things as the outrage of outing one who wasn’t a covert agent to begin with and the nuances of telling the good guys they may be prosecuted for following a legal command.

    I’ve got news for Dorothy. Yes, she really is still in Kansas, but Kansas is in the magical Land of Oz. And the man behind the curtain now is just as big a fake as the original.

  4. Brontefan says:

    First we “redefine” terrorism; then we expose our CIA interrogation tactics. So while the media is having a field day with the possible “witch hunts,” what is the OB administration really doing. I believe this is a red herring and while we watch one side show—something else is being done behind our backs. Transparency? Are you kidding?

  5. Carlos says:

    Patrick Leahy is calling for one Judge Bybee to step down from the bench because he, Bybee, was an admin lawyer back when the memos in question were being written and he, Bybee, apparently approved of at least some “harsh interrogation techniques.” Leahy says he hoped the judge “will do the honest thing, the moral thing, the right thing, and resign from the bench.”

    Why doesn’t the lying scumbag take his own advice? How many different times has he had to cover his own backside because of stupid things he has said or done?