Perhaps we shall see some interesting stuff come out of that site as DIA/AD issues continue to fester. If the Senate JC does not whitewash the investigation, perhaps we have not seen the end to it. Sure looks like if a lot is made public, dispite the wrong tag applied to her, Condi may end up on the short stick. Whatever may surface publically on Reno,Gorelick,Clark,Berger,Tenet,etc., will be super minimized or outright avoided if at all possible and the L/MSM will synthesize a whole array of charges against the current SoS, and GWB's role which will obviously be distored to no end. So if this all goes quitely away expect it to have been agreed upon that no one gets hurt or time for the Demos to go into super high gear on smear and deceit tactics with their ever willing L/MSM operatives. I have no other way to look at it. Please do not feel obligated to respond unles you feel you want to add/detract from what I just wrote.
Things don't work that way anymore. The smear machine is so impotent that all it can do is distract with "human interest" stories: Natalie, Terri, Disaster of the Day, Celebrity trials etc. Our beloved Treason Media must avoid real news at any cost.
So here too the Post uses early 2001 in a decidedly ambiguous yet suggestive way;
"He called it an internal working group with a core of 10 staffers at Special Operations Command. Philpott was the "team leader," he said. "Able Danger was never a military unit," and it never targeted individual terrorists, he said. It went out of existence when the planning effort was finished in early 2001, he said."
This raises, by design methinks, the question of which administration shut down Able Danger - the brilliant and ever viligant Richard Clarke, who made it his life's work tracking Al Qaeda, or the woefully incompetent Condi Rice who stole his job [dripping sarcasm].
This'll be the diversion, making it look like the Bush administration ended intelligence gathering the 1st day in office, and the 3rd thing Bush did that day - planning a vacation being #1, ordering the Iraq war 2nd of course!