Monday, April 24, 2006

CIA Leak Links

If you would like a thorough going over of the entire CIA mole episode that is undermining the War on Terror, undercutting an elected government and endangering the lives of millions of Americans, go here to Ace of Spades and read his lengthy article.

Click on the links embedded within.

Go and find out things the media doesn't want you to know because it might stop further leaks from coming out of Langley.

The media and the left are not only dangerous hindrances to the Global War on Terror, they are actively working against America and the West. Just about the only democrat with any redeeming qualities whatsoever is Joe Lieberman. Especially read where John Kerry flip flops all over. It's stunning this guy even made it through the primaries.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW!!!!I'm First...................

4/24/2006 01:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Numero Dos!!

Hey Ricky, did Maria ever sell her Elotes and push cart?

4/24/2006 01:30:00 PM  
Anonymous the rock said...

Aww Crap Im 3rd...Dammit

4/24/2006 01:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The top danger to America is folks who goosestep behind the President in whatever he wishes. He is the one who outted a CIA agent. That was wrong, no two ways about it.

The anti-Bush people who frequent this site have abandoned us who don't like George Bush. Looks like I may have to come up with my own moniker and start to condemn the President.

4/24/2006 02:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


4/24/2006 03:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Website: Hmmmmmm.............
Not very far off the subject.

4/24/2006 03:19:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3:12 -

what the f*ck? LOL

4/24/2006 03:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know this is off topic but the poster complaining about cops screwing each other is right. Every copper who has a female partner is either banging her or trying to bang her. Doesn't matter if she is fat, black, polka dot, or 11 toed. They want to bang her.

Now on topic. SCC you r beating a dead horse with the media. They hate republicans, the police, conservatives, and independents. If it was up to them all white males would be put in chains.

4/24/2006 04:06:00 PM  
Anonymous petition scoreboard said...

Has anyone received an update from Ald. Tom Allen about Wednesday's City Council meeting and "Chairman Fred Hampton Way"?


GOOD GUYS: 5,830*

Panthers: 67

(*) = No "Exempts" have signed.

4/24/2006 04:16:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I contacted Ald. Allens Office and left a message to see if this sign issue is coming up this Wednesday.

We're also busy sending out more notices of the petition to ... others.

This is the police blog, not Hustler...right?

4/24/2006 04:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate all liberals, commies, pinkos, gays, lesbos, free-thinkers, and all leftist scum!

4/24/2006 05:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry SCC, you are out there pissing in the wind.

Bush's approval ratings slide to new low
Poll: Only one-third say he's handling his job well

In the telephone poll of 1,012 adult Americans carried out Friday through Sunday by Opinion Research Corporation for CNN, 32 percent of respondents said they approve of Bush's performance, 60 percent said they disapprove and 8 percent said they do not know.

It was one of four conducted within the past 10 days that have yielded similar results: a Pew Center poll carried out April 7-16 gave Bush a 35 percent approval rating; a Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll carried out last Tuesday and Wednesday gave him a 33 percent approval rating; and an American Research Group poll carried out Tuesday through Friday gave him a 34 percent approval rating.

Fox doesn't even like him anymore. Bush II is done. Stick a fork in him. Can he hit the twenties before the year is over? The CIA story is a nice diversion from the truth.

4/24/2006 05:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just feel bad for the next president. I'll vote Repuglican just to keep the hits comming.

You know whatever Demo get in there will get blaimed for all of Bush's mistakes. They will say something like, "Look these are the errors Clinton made and is took 9 years to coem to fruitation!"

4/24/2006 05:51:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BRADLEY: According to Drumheller, CIA Director George Tenet delivered the news about the Iraqi foreign minister at a high level meeting at the White House.

DRUMHELLER: The President, the Vice President, Dr. Rice…

BRADLEY: And at that meeting…?

DRUMHELLER: They were enthusiastic because they said they were excited that we had a high-level penetration of Iraqis.

BRADLEY: And what did this high level source tell you?

DRUMHELLER: He told us that they had no active weapons of mass destruction program.

BRADLEY: So, in the fall of 2002, before going to war, we had it on good authority from a source within Saddam’s inner circle that he didn’t have an active program for weapons of mass destruction?


BRADLEY: There’s no doubt in your mind about that?

DRUMHELLER: No doubt in my mind at all.

BRADLEY: It directly contradicts, though, what the President and his staff were telling us.

DRUMHELLER: The policy was set. The war in Iraq was coming, and they were looking for intelligence to fit into the policy, to justify the policy.

4/24/2006 05:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

about your Joe Lieberman:

Lieberman's Conflict of Interest?

Black's Law Dictionary (5th Ed.) defines a conflict of interest as a "Term used in connection with public officials and their relationship to matters of private interest or gain to them."

Lieberman's membership in these Zionist affiliated groups does raise, on its face, an appearance of a conflict of interest on his part with respect to an issue, like S. Res. 247, since it advances the cause of Zionism and/or Zionist Israel. If he is in fact a Zionist, then the conflict between his public duties and his private interests becomes even more pronounced.

4/24/2006 06:28:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mary McCarthy "categorically denies" being the source of the leak on agency renditions.
"A former CIA officer who was sacked last week after allegedly confessing to leaking secrets has denied she was the source of a controversial Washington Post story about alleged CIA secret detention operations in Eastern Europe, a friend of the operative told on"

The story goes on to say:

"One of the sources, a law enforcement official close to the investigation, noted that polygraph evidence is normally inadmissible in criminal court cases because of judicial doubts about the reliability and credibility of lie-detector machines...

A lot is being said about Mary at this point without enough information available on the subject at this time. Apparently, donating to Kerry's campaign is enough of a reason to convict her. I thought Howard Kurtz was out of line on his show "Reliable Sources," when he ended a segment without giving any of his guests a chance to respond to this statement:

KURTZ: Some people noted that Mary McCarthy contributed to John Kerry's campaign. David Gergen, before we go, we're going to talk in the next half hour about the Duke rape case. You are on the board of trustees of Duke University. How do you feel the university's handling this and have you provided any advice?

What people noted this Howard?

Update: Greenwald:

Not only was Mary McCarthy branded a traitor all weekend -- completey with angry protests that she was not yet imprisoned -- but anyone associated with her was all but branded a traitor as well. They don't need to wait for evidence or know any facts. The administration has branded her An Enemy, so now it's time for the punishment. That is just a microcosm of the same distorted, indescribably undemocratic and plainly un-American dynamic that has guided most of the radical policies of this administration for the last five years.

4/24/2006 06:34:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Typical Repug crap. You're against Bush, you're against America. Someone please remind me again what good has come out of this administration? Other than no blowjobs on company time. That's a biggie and a threat to our national security. Yet we all had money in our pockets and not Exxon's or Shell's.

Let's think about this for a minute for that 32%. A blowjob bad. Leading us into war with a lie, good. A blowjob bad, record poverty good. A blow job bad, spying on Americans, good. A blow job bad. Torture, good. A blowjob bad. Record gas prices, good.

we could go on and on but call me knucking futs, this admin and it's supporters have ruined this country.

4/24/2006 06:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

•IF Mary McCarthy DIDN'T expose torture and the U.S. government's secret prisons, she's legally innocent.

•If she DID, she's a hero.

Either way, she shouldn't lose her retirement or go to prison.

4/24/2006 06:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you guys watching CHICAGO TONIGHT?

They are interviewing Rush, etc on the Hampton sign issue and showing plenty of old film!!

4/24/2006 07:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks like a thread flush was in order. Never saw a thread go from 60 postings to 19 before.

4/24/2006 08:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC had to call out a plumber, it was so bad.

4/24/2006 08:59:00 PM  
Blogger SCC said...

Knock it off people. You are going to fuck it up for everyone soon.

4/24/2006 09:01:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCC please check your email box thanx

4/24/2006 09:08:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone surprised that Bush's approval rating drops to freezing, and all of a sudden video tapes of UbL and Zaqqy pop up? Anyone that dumb? This admin can't be anymore see-thru!

4/25/2006 08:37:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

November 15, 2004 The CIA is hemorrhaging

After a series of intelligence crises, the CIA has never needed a steady, capable hand more than it does now. Instead, Porter Goss' "leadership" is causing a mass hemorrhaging. The problem got worse this morning.

The two top officials running the CIA's clandestine service resigned this morning, following a series of clashes with director Porter J. Goss's chief of staff.

Stephen R. Kappes, the deputy director of operations, and his deputy, Michael Sulick, announced their resignations at a senior staff meeting, according to former CIA officials…. Both men are highly regarded by their clandestine service colleagues, said 10 former CIA officials who have worked with them.

This follows reports from the weekend that the CIA is literally "in turmoil."

The deputy director of the CIA resigned yesterday after a series of confrontations over the past week between senior operations officials and CIA Director Porter J. Goss's new chief of staff that have left the agency in turmoil, according to several current and former CIA officials.

John E. McLaughlin, a 32-year CIA veteran who was acting director for two months this summer until Goss took over, resigned after warning Goss that his top aide, former Capitol Hill staff member Patrick Murray, was treating senior officials disrespectfully and risked widespread resignations, the officials said.

It's reached the point in which agency officials say internal discontent has reached an unprecedented level, leading to "an atmosphere of ill will and apprehension could distract the agency from its work in the fight against terrorism."

4/25/2006 08:50:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...,1,5216961.story?coll=chi-news-hed

Hate to tell you I told you so but apparently the European Union has found a consistent pattern of clandestine CIA operation in Western Europe including the detention and relocation of political prisoners.

Looks like Dana Priest and Mary McCarthy were right!!!!!!!

4/26/2006 08:29:00 PM  

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