The Pardon of Scooter Libby
July 23, 2007
Did the Vice President of the United States commit a traitorous act?
Is the President of the United States covering up for the Vice President?
Should this pardon be a factor leading to articles of impeachment to remove George Bush from office?
Why do Republicans feel that lying over a consensual sex act is grounds to remove a President from office, but committing treason isn’t grounds for removing the Vice President or putting his Chief of Staff in prison?
Mark will play his exclusive interview with Ambassador Joseph Wilson on this very subject.
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madfuq July 8, 2007 10:47 pm
Skip, yep you are as untrusting of this cabal we have had foisted on us as I am!
Anyway you look at this mess we have traitors in the highest office in our land. God help us!
Skip July 8, 2007 9:48 pm
These neocons need perpetual war to perpetuate their agenda, whatever that may be (many theories on that one). I think there is no better way to do so than to disarm the intelligence services and replace them with their creative reality. I think the outing of Valerie Plame had more than one purpose, especially since her specialty was tracking nuclear weapon activity.
madfuq July 6, 2007 5:29 pm
I bet the CIA are even more than appalled as every US loving citizen should be.
I am to the point now that whatever this administration puts out in talking points I figure it is exactly the opposite.
Bring back honor to the office of the presidency, well not only has this office not been honored it has been pissed on. Godly men, ha! God despising men. Cares about our service men and women! no our troops are only cannon fodder for filthy lucre and photo ops for a back drop for the cowardly bush and chenny. They have underfunded everything about the military exept bombs. Using our service people on the front line where none of the current regime has ever been.
Our founders would be so ashamed of the US now it makes me sick!
Mark Levine July 6, 2007 1:47 pm
They are appalled, madfuq. I was talking to a former CIA analyst just last night. They think they will have a very difficult time recruiting agents and analysts to do the difficult and life-threatening underground work when people know that the President (or at least this President) will give up secret agent’s lives in a moment’s notice to achieve some political end.
This, at a time when we have a tremendous shortage of human intelligence, will have profound implications for America’s security.
In sum, the Pres/VP cover-up of TraitorGate will indirectly cost an incalculable number of American lives.
And the Repubs claim they care about the nation’s security….HA!
madfuq July 6, 2007 10:39 am
Sorry folks my spelling sucks this morning. Lol!