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Monday, April 20, 2009

Obama shoots his wad; releases CIA documents to the world.

President Obama fully acknowledged that the CIA has to protect the American people and American soil against people who don't play by rules when interrogating their prisoners and who would willingly kill innocents and die for their cause. Then he releases classified CIA documents written by George W. Bush's administration detailing methods of extracting information from al-Qaeda prisoners.

Say one thing. Do another. "I understand that it's hard when you are asked to protect the American people against people who have no scruples and would willingly and gladly kill innocents." Really? Do you REALLY understand, President Obama? I don't think you do.

Leon Panetta, President Obama's CIA chief, and four most recent former heads of the spy agency, asked Obama not release the memos as this might damage national security and demoralize CIA operatives. But Obama knows more about U.S. covert operations than FIVE CIA chiefs so he just ignores them all. Chief of Staff Rahm "I-don't-have-to-pay-property-taxes Emanuel, defended the decision to publicize them, stating that it had "enhanced America's image abroad" and deprived al-Qaeda of "propaganda tools".

Excuse me but do you honestly believe - Rahm - that releasing those documents will deprive al-Qaeda of its propaganda tools? Seriously - what a fucking joke. Talk about naivete. The President already acknowledged that al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups don't play by the same rules as the U.S. They shoot their captives. They behead their captives. Our methods (waterboarding, for one) are effective - we obtain the information we need and the prisoner is still alive. Whoever said anything about international cloak and dagger games being fair?

Just like Speaker of the House Nancy "Pablo" Pelosi compromised the effectiveness with which ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) can deal with illegal aliens in the U.S. by referring to it as "un-American" , by releasing previously classified CIA documents for the world to see in an effort to "enhance America's image" our country was just made weaker than it already is.

4 comments:

The Camera Fanatic said...

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Scott said...

Solid comment by "The Camera Fanatic." I just don't understand why over the past 20 years, we have moved away from what made us great.

Jeff Ircink said...
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Jeff Ircink said...

http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover/dennis_blair_cia/2009/04/22/205963.html?s=al&promo_code=7E7A-1

Obama's head on intelligence released a document the same day as Obama asked for these CIA docs to be made public that show Congress APPROVED of all interrogation techniques used by the CIA between 2002- 2006.

this information came to light today. when the chief of intel release his report last week, an abridged version of his statement was released to the public, but it did not refer to the program’s success or the authorization from Congress.

go figure. THAT information wasn't politically favorable for the Obama camp.

 
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