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madmex2000 Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 07:58AM

I lied under oath

I am now a convicted Felon

I worked directly under Dick Cheney and do his durty work.

I am counting on a presidential pardon.

I am the 28th republican to be convicted under this Bush Admin.

I wish the country was full of more Jgoins supporters,we might have gotten away with it.

I am a Bennidect Arnold. Someone shoot me.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 11:38AM

Real Story Behind CIA Leak
Tuesday , March 06, 2007

By John Gibson


So let me get this straight: Scooter Libby is going to jail for not remembering who he told what. He didn't lie, evidently. He didn't remember right, and that is a federal crime, of course, if you happen to be speaking to a FBI agent when your memory fails.

But at the same time, the same Justice Department has taken the case of a high government official who lied, who stole classified documents, who destroyed those documents, and he's walking around free as a bird. They won't even ask him to take a lie detector test to determine if he lied more than they already know.

People are saying the Libby trial is the key to the kingdom, that it stands for the trial of the entire administration and the war in Iraq.

Here's what it was about: Does the vice president have the right to say, see that guy named Joe Wilson who is going around saying I sent him to Africa to investigate Saddam's nuke bombs? I didn't send him. His wife did.

Seems pretty simple to me.

Joe Wilson wrote a piece for The New York Times implying the vice president sent him on a mission to Africa and then ignored his advice. In the vice president's office the question was: Who is this guy? Why is he saying we sent him, and as a matter of fact who did?

Let me quote from an Associated Press report from the trial, dated January 24, 2007, when former CIA Iraq mission manager Robert L. Grenier appeared as a government witness in the trial of Libby. The report reads: Grenier testified he told Libby that the idea of sending ex-Ambassador Joseph Wilson to Niger was the brainchild of Wilson's wife, Valerie Plame, who worked in the CIA office that sent him in 2002.

Now, Libby was informed who sent Wilson to Africa. He certainly knew the vice president's office didn't because, well, because he would know. He was the V.P.'s chief of staff.

So the vice president and Libby wanted the press to know because they were getting pointed questions about why did you send this guy if you weren't going to pay attention to his report. And they found out that his wife had sent him. They wanted people to know. Problem was, she was a covert spook, at least technically.

So if you are the vice president or his assistant, can you out the spook if the spook is pulling strings behind your back to make you look bad? Evidently not.

Personally, I'm glad they did. There was a cabal inside the CIA working against the president's policy and they wanted to hide behind their secret status while they did what was essentially an anti-war political hitjob.

This is bad. It is the bad thing at the bottom of this whole episode. Valerie Plame knew what she was doing when she sent her husband. She knew he would never come back with an endorsement for the war. He says in his own book he didn't even believe in deposing Saddam back in the '91 war.

So why would Cheney send an anti-war activist to investigate a key fact in the decision to go to war? Answer: He wouldn't. And the person who did was trying to sabotage the president.

That is the real story behind this entire saga.

That's My Word.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 05:17PM

Why is he on the trannie-post page? Does dig shemales? Maybe he's not so bad after all?
shaDEz Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 07:34PM

blah blah blah blah
they only do this shit because you keep watching it
it's all just a show, stupids
keep buying useless shit
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: March 07, 2007 10:28PM

John Gibson's commentary points out why reporting should be done with facts rather than mere opinion. He also mouth's off to get people to watch his BS on TV like O'Reilly does.

Valerie Plame sent Joe Wilson to Niger because he was uniquely equipped to find out if Iraq tried to buy or did buy yellowcake uranium from Niger. Wilson was ambassador to the african region under GWBI. He remained in that post until Shrubs tenure as president.

As is the CIAs job they investigated the report that Iraq was attempting to purchase yellowcake from Niger. At the same moment in time, Cheney jumped at the allegation rather than seek it's truthfullness while Plame sent her husband to Niger to investigate. The story by an italian con man proved FALSE. But Cheney was telling the story as if proved true.

Cheney still says there were WMDs in Iraq. This should be proof enough that Cheney lies to the general public and is outed himself time and again.

So Joe Wilson reports that the Niger story is false to his wife. The CIA operative that is responsible for checking out stories about WMDs. Cheney decides to keep telling the false report as truth to support his unsupported war in Iraq. He then knowingly told Libby to discredit Wilson by outing his wife as a CIA agent. Knowingly.

Libby was gullible enough to think they finesse their way around the law and he got caught. Oops!

John Gibson is thus full of shit. You might as well have quoted Rush Limbaugh.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 08, 2007 07:47AM

None of us even care about Plame or even Libby for that mater. The only ones who do are the ones who just want to give the administration a black eye.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 08, 2007 03:39PM

"John Gibson is thus full of shit. You might as well have quoted Rush Limbaugh."
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: March 09, 2007 12:15AM

jgoins ... chickenlittle

You may not care that Scooter Libby concealed the fact that Dick Cheney, the vie president, committed an act of treason but law abiding people do not.

You must have been a Nixon suck up too!
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 09, 2007 08:12AM

I saw no evidence that Cheney did anything. Once again you are wrong, I couldn't stand Nixon.
fossil_digger Report This Comment
Date: March 09, 2007 08:31AM


bouncing smiley

tricky dick was cool
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 09, 2007 01:58PM

March 7, 2007

Lewis Libby has now been found guilty of perjury and obstruction of justice for lies that had absolutely no legal consequence.

It was not a crime to reveal Valerie Plame's name because she was not a covert agent. If it had been a crime, Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald could have wrapped up his investigation with an indictment of the State Department's Richard Armitage on the first day of his investigation since it was Armitage who revealed her name and Fitzgerald knew it.

With no crime to investigate, Fitzgerald pursued a pointless investigation into nothing, getting a lot of White House officials to make statements under oath and hoping some of their recollections would end up conflicting with other witness recollections, so he could charge some Republican with "perjury" and enjoy the fawning media attention.

As a result, Libby is now a convicted felon for having a faulty memory of the person who first told him that Joe Wilson was a delusional boob who lied about his wife sending him to Niger.

This makes it official: It's illegal to be Republican.

Since Teddy Kennedy walked away from a dead girl with only a wrist slap (which was knocked down to a mild talking-to, plus time served: zero), Democrats have apparently become a protected class in America, immune from criminal prosecution no matter what they do.

As a result, Democrats have run wild, accepting bribes, destroying classified information, lying under oath, molesting interns, driving under the influence, obstructing justice and engaging in sex with underage girls, among other things.

Meanwhile, conservatives of any importance constantly have to spend millions of dollars defending themselves from utterly frivolous criminal prosecutions. Everything is illegal, but only Republicans get prosecuted.

Conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh was subjected to a three-year criminal investigation for allegedly buying prescription drugs illegally to treat chronic back pain. Despite the witch-hunt, Democrat prosecutor Barry E. Krischer never turned up a crime.

Even if he had, to quote liberal Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz: "Generally, people who illegally buy prescription drugs are not prosecuted." Unless they're Republicans.

The vindictive prosecution of Limbaugh finally ended last year with a plea bargain in which Limbaugh did not admit guilt. Gosh, don't you feel safer now? I know I do.

In another prescription drug case with a different result, last year, Rep. Patrick Kennedy (Democrat), apparently high as a kite on prescription drugs, crashed a car on Capitol Hill at 3 a.m. That's abuse of prescription drugs plus a DUI offense. Result: no charges whatsoever and one day of press on Fox News Channel.

I suppose one could argue those were different jurisdictions. How about the same jurisdiction?

In 2006, Democrat and major Clinton contributor Jeffrey Epstein was nabbed in Palm Beach in a massive police investigation into his hiring of local underage schoolgirls for sex, which I'm told used to be a violation of some kind of statute in the Palm Beach area.

The police presented Limbaugh prosecutor Krischer with boatloads of evidence, including the videotaped statements of five of Epstein's alleged victims, the procurer of the girls for Epstein and 16 other witnesses.

But the same prosecutor who spent three years maniacally investigating Limbaugh's alleged misuse of back-pain pills refused to bring statutory rape charges against a Clinton contributor. Enraging the police, who had spent months on the investigation, Krischer let Epstein off after a few hours on a single count of solicitation of prostitution. The Clinton supporter walked, and his victims were branded as whores.

The Republican former House Whip Tom DeLay is currently under indictment for a minor campaign finance violation. Democratic prosecutor Ronnie Earle had to empanel six grand juries before he could find one to indict DeLay on these pathetic charges -- and this is in Austin, Texas (the Upper West Side with better-looking people).

That final grand jury was so eager to indict DeLay that it indicted him on one charge that was not even a crime -- and which has since been tossed out by the courts.

After winning his primary despite the indictment, DeLay decided to withdraw from the race rather than campaign under a cloud of suspicion, and Republicans lost one of their strongest champions in Congress.

Compare DeLay's case with that of Rep. William "The Refrigerator" Jefferson, Democrat. Two years ago, an FBI investigation caught Jefferson on videotape taking $100,000 in bribe money. When the FBI searched Jefferson's house, they found $90,000 in cash stuffed in his freezer. Two people have already pleaded guilty to paying Jefferson the bribe money.

Two years later, Bush's Justice Department still has taken no action against Jefferson. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently put Rep. William Jefferson on the Homeland Security Committee.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Democrat, engaged in a complicated land swindle, buying a parcel of land for $400,000 and selling it for over $1 million a few years later. (At least it wasn't cattle futures!)

Reid also received more than four times as much money from Jack Abramoff (nearly $70,000) as Tom DeLay ($15,000). DeLay returned the money; Reid refuses to do so. Why should he? He's a Democrat.

Former Clinton national security adviser Sandy Berger literally received a sentence of community service for stuffing classified national security documents in his pants and then destroying them -- big, fat federal felonies.

But Scooter Libby is facing real prison time for forgetting who told him about some bozo's wife.

Bill Clinton was not even prosecuted for obstruction of justice offenses so egregious that the entire Supreme Court staged a historic boycott of his State of the Union address in 2000.

By contrast, Linda Tripp, whose only mistake was befriending the office hosebag and then declining to perjure herself, spent millions on lawyers to defend a harassment prosecution based on far-fetched interpretations of state wiretapping laws.

Liberal law professors currently warning about the "high price" of pursuing terrorists under the Patriot Act had nothing but blood lust for Tripp one year after Clinton was impeached (Steven Lubet, "Linda Tripp Deserves to be Prosecuted," New York Times, 8/25/99).

Criminal prosecution is a surrogate for political warfare, but in this war, Republicans are gutless appeasers.

Bush has got to pardon Libby.
Ann Coulter
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 10, 2007 06:02AM

So true, so true.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: March 11, 2007 05:48AM


Fuck ... digging up the dead ? Ann Coulter ? She's at Limbaugh's low level.

Coulter makes up more BS than Dick Cheney.

Funny that conservative men who put women on a pedastal are sheep for aging hags like her.
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 11, 2007 06:56AM

What about liberals who put women on pedastals, Hillary lover?
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: March 11, 2007 06:07PM

jgoins ... chickenlittle

Lame effort goins. Liberals don't put women or men on a pedastal. Many liberals can't stand Hillary. Liberals don't have a universal personality type that they put on a pedastal.

My comment is that conservative men put all women on a pedastal from birth to death regardless of their actions. Their wife or daughter could be a complete cunt like yourself, but that conservative man will not walk away from her despite getting nothing from her.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: March 12, 2007 01:42PM

jgoins Report This Comment
Date: March 13, 2007 07:35AM

Well beast, I have never been a member of The Heman Woman Haters Club, I guess you are the President of that club.
aDCBeast Report This Comment
Date: March 27, 2007 07:11PM


I'm not a member of the president haters club.

I am a member of the incompetents in high government office haters club.