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Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Liberal Ire Over The "Outing Of Non-Covert CIA Agent, Valerie Plame

Good news for Karl Rove came out today when it was announced that special prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald announced that Rove was not going be indicted in the Valerie Plame case. Rove was being accused by the disenfranchised Democrats of the crime of outing CIA agent Valerie Plame and also guilty of perjury.

The main stream media, as well as those Democrats whose sole mission in life is to topple the Bush administration, had their hopes up. For some reason they saw this as a done deal. Rove was definitely going to be indicted any day now. They had been salivating over their “smoking gun” that would help to topple the Bush Administration and put them back in power for quite some time. Alas, it looks like it’s just not going to work out for them.

How did they react? As usual, the proponents of the “Rove is guilty because we say he is” agenda are beside themselves with disappointment. Just take “Screaming Howard Dean” for example. In a story reported on Drudge today here, here is Howard’s take on it:

“If Karl Rove had been indicted it would have been for perjury. That does not excuse his real sin which is leaking the name of an intelligence operative during the time of war. He doesn't belong in the White House. If the President valued America more than he valued his connection to Karl Rove, then Karl Rove would have been fired a long time ago. So I think this is probably good news for the White House, but its not very good news for America.”

Uh, there’s only one problem Howie. You can’t out a CIA agent that isn’t undercover, and employed in covert missions. That we are in a time of war is irrelevant. It had already been revealed early on in the case that Plume hadn’t been a covert agent during the last five years instead, she had a desk job. The fact that she was connected with the CIA was well known in DC cocktail circles.

Either Howard Dean, along with the rest of the democratic cry babies, are incredibly stupid, or they are liars.

Even though Dean acts stupidly on a frequent basis, what’s really going on is that he is a liar. He is betting on his, “the shame of it all, outing an undercover CIA agent especially now while our nation is at war (a war, by the way Dean and the liberals in his party would love to slink their way out of. A war they detest. A war they characterize has American emperialistic terrorism as well as being the criminal intervention into the legitmate affairs of Saddam Hussein who was only trying to govern his country, as was his right in the first place – hence the hypocrisy of the “during wartime” charge), is Rove’s biggest sin” spin to fool uninformed voters into casting their votes toward his party during the next election.

In fact, the truth is not something that liberals worry about. They will use any tactic they see fit to try and get back into power. Rush Limbaugh made an excellent point today on his radio program when he characterized the liberals as living in the alternative reality of their choosing.

There is reality, (an agent has to be covert in order for their cover to be outed in the first place), and then there’s the liberal’s fantasy world, where agents don’t have to be covert to have their cover blown. Blowing the cover of an agent who is out in the open and riding a desk job is the same thing. Especially now, in a time of war!

In a story found here, the lawyers of Valerie Plame Wilson and her husband Joseph Wilson continue with the same nonsensical response that Howard Dean has espoused:

"We have become aware of the communication between Mr. Fitzgerald and Mr. Luskin concerning Karl Rove's status in the criminal investigation. We have no first-hand knowledge of the reason for the communication or what further developments in the criminal investigation it may signal. While it appears that Mr. Rove will not be called to answer in criminal court for his participation in the wrongful disclosure of Valerie Wilson's classified employment status at the CIA in retaliation against Joe Wilson for questioning the rationale for war in Iraq, that obviously does not end the matter. The day still may come when Mr. Rove and others are called to account in a court of law for their attacks on the Wilsons."

The liberals are living in denial. They have been ever since they lost the 2000 elections. They have been steadily coming more and more unhinged ever since. I would say that its entertaining watching them expose what they really are to the American public, (lying, whining, sore losers with no real plan to offer the voter except the “Bush is Hitler/Terrorist” derision), except I’m not too happy with the prospects of their collapse leaving us with just a one party government.

In terms of big government intrusion into our lives, the Republicans aren’t far behind the socialist liberal Democrats. They just want a bigger government focused on other aims.


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