Skip to comments.Ex-CIA Officers Rip Bush Over Rove Leak
Posted on 07/22/2005 1:59:59 PM PDT by zencat
Former U.S. intelligence officers criticized President Bush on Friday for not disciplining Karl Rove in connection with the leak of the name of a CIA officer, saying Bush's lack of action has jeopardized national security.
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Larry Johnson..Bush hater.
I guess they aren't aware that there is more news now. Rove is no longer a story, we have a new Supreme Court nominee, and terrorism in London.
Oh, the ones that set us up for 9/11?
Just curious... Were any of these guys responsible for screwing up the Iraq intel?
Make a list, find their acolytes still working in CIA, then fire them.
These are the weasels that think *they* make foreign policy, no matter what the constitution says.
...of ANYTHING...except for maybe being involved in beating the living crap out of Democrats in multiple elections.
And please advise this moron that if he continues ragging on the President while collecting a paycheck derived from MY TAXES, I will gladly advise the Inspector General of his wanton abuse of government resources by using his station to advance his political inclinations!
More Klintoon legacy???
Actually NONE of these people seemed to have done a good job.
You can wipe that story off Yahoos front page, simply one star it when you read it and it will go away.
Hearings held by SINate And House Dimocrats says it all. The so-called intelligence officers should have checked their intelligence before making such incompetent statements, I guess that's why they are former intelligence officers.
I wonder if it was President Bush's decision to clean up the CIA that caused these people to become "Ex-CIA officers" and "former" CIA officers.
Hey, all you CIA employees:
ENJOY WORKING AT BURGER KING WHEN BUSH PULLS YOUR FREAKING PLUG!
Excuse me. Had to vent.
CIA got my dad killed.
The Supreme Court nominee is the exact reason why Rove is still a story.
Does anyone other than the LameStream Press care what these guys think?
(Denny Crane: "Sometimes you can only look for answers from God and failing that... and Fox News".)
Cable and internet are trying desperately to put it back on as a top story. See more on MSNBC than any.
Sounds like it.
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