let's take a look
especially at the 2:30 mark; listen to rove assert that the downing street memo is illegitimate
that seems to beg another question. how valid is the downing street information and if it is found accurate, then that would appear to discredit rove
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The Downing Street Memos :: FCO Legal Advice text
the veracity of the downing street memo is one which has not been officially challenged
but i do notice that rove, the pussy, ran from the book signing like the chickenhawk traitor he has been found to be
i only hope his remaining book signings also go so "well"
She was covert as described by law.
The CIA director wrote a letter to the judge that she was covert.
Her outing by BushCo put other Americans' lives at risk. It put other countries' intelligent agents in danger. It's amazing that even the most partisan rightee can ignore those ramifications in order to defend Bush's lies to send Americans to an illegal war to die. Holy ****!
Thank You Barack Obama for Restoring Honor To The Presidency.
President Obama will rank as one of our greatest presidents!
If you can counter my post with someone who has as much personal knowledge about this as Patrick Fitzgerald, I'd be happy to read it.Valerie Wilson was a CIA officer. In July 2003, the fact that Valerie Wilson was a CIA officer was classified. Not only was it classified, but it was not widely known outside the intelligence community.
Valerie Wilson's friends, neighbors, college classmates had no idea she had another life.
FITZGERALD: The fact that she was a CIA officer was not well- known, for her protection or for the benefit of all us. It's important that a CIA officer's identity be protected, that it be protected not just for the officer, but for the nation's security.
Valerie Wilson's cover was blown in July 2003. The first sign of that cover being blown was when Mr. Novak published a column on July 14th, 2003.
Transcript of Special Counsel Fitzgerald's Press Conference - washingtonpost.com