September 30, 2003

Traitor in the White House
"What I do have are any number of journalist sources, none of whom I have any reason not to believe, who have said that the White House was pushing this story after the leak, after the Novak article, and including Karl Rove."

Former ambassador Joseph Wilson spoke to vapid WH apologist/Bush cheerleader Paula Zahn Monday on CNN:

Video clip from Crossfire:

Boob Novak, unbelievably trying to cover his repube-massaged ass by impugning everyone else involved: 'According to a confidential source at the CIA, Mrs. Wilson was an analyst, not a spy, not a covert operative, and not in charge of undercover operatives. So what is the fuss about, pure Bush-bashing?'

(End video clip)

Zahn: 'You want to answer that question? Is this Bush-bashing on your part?'

Wilson: Paula, you ignorant slut. 'Let me make a couple of points about that.

'First of all, Novak also said that I was a Clinton appointee. In actual fact, my first political appointee was as ambassador. And I was appointed by George H.W. Bush, the first President Bush. So I really am apolitical in all of this.

'Secondly, somebody with Novak's self-described 46 years experience will know the difference between operative and analyst. And his report clearly says -- his article says operative.'

Meanwhile, the Justice Department has opened a preliminary inquiry into allegations that White House officials violated federal law by revealing the identity of an undercover CIA agent. The White House denied that senior political adviser/vengeful, petty brownshirted sneak Karl Rove or any other top figure - such as Dick 'Chicanery' Cheney, who worked closely with the CIA - was involved.

Democrats, however, charged that the Bush administration could not credibly investigate itself and called for an independent probe, pointing out that not only is Jesus John Ashcroft a right-wing political appointee of pReznit Stupid, who puts loyalty to Bush ahead of the law, but that CIA lawyers sent the Justice Department a notice of the leak way back in July.

Two months after the CIA complained that the identity of an undercover agent had been exposed in apparent violation of the law, the Justice Department's counterespionage section is still conducting a preliminary probe, officials said.
In a spurt of testosterone which may have been induced by viewing the Newsweek cover of General Wesley Clark, Tom 'Isadora' Daschle and Joseph 'woof!' Biden said in a letter to Bush: “We do not believe that this investigation of senior Administration officials, possibly including high-level White House staff, can be conducted by the Justice Department because of the obvious and inherent conflicts of interests involved.”

Fun fact: Boob Novak was not the only journalist that the White House officials tried to interest in the story. A senior administration official cited in a Washington Post report Sunday said two top White House officials called at least a half-dozen journalists and revealed the identity and occupation of Wilson’s wife.

Fun fact 2: Sources close to George Bush Sr. say Karl Rove was fired from the 1992 Bush presidential campaign after he planted a negative story with columnist Robert Novak about dissatisfaction with campaign fundraising chief and Bush loyalist Robert Mosbacher Jr. It was smoked out, and he was summarily ousted." Bob Novak is Karl Rove's "go-to" guy in Washington - which is a dead giveaway that Karl Rove "outed" Valerie Plame and should spend 10 years in prison (thanks to and

"This administration has played politics with national security for a long time, but this is going too far." - - Gen. Wesley Clark.

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