And they called me nuts!

Read this,this to get where I'm coming from.

Email:

"Hey you rightwing bastard, why don't you get a job and stop wasting your time blogging with all this CIA conspiracy crap!"

Well, thank you! But I do have a job (although I can't devulged where....:)

But if you think I'm nuts, then I'm glad I'm not the only one.

In this article from Jack Kelly, of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette bounces around the idea himself:

"In September 2002, the British government published a white paper in which it made public British intelligence's belief that Saddam had tried to buy uranium in Africa. A month later, the CIA received from an Italian source documents purporting to show that Niger and Iraq had done a deal. These turned out to be forgeries.

President Bush mentioned the British findings in his State of the Union address in January 2003. In his leaks to Pincus, and earlier to New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, Wilson claimed Bush knew this was false. The key sentence in Pincus' story is this:

"Among the envoy's conclusions was that the documents may have been forged because 'the dates were wrong and the names were wrong,' the former U.S. government official said."

Wilson's official role ended when he returned from Niger in March. The CIA didn't get the Italian forgeries until October. Wilson had no access to them. He either was making up what he told Kristof and Pincus, or he had received an unauthorized leak of classified information."


then the squeaker.....

"What if someone in the CIA was leaking classified information to influence the 2004 election? Uncovering a crime like that would be worthy of Inspector Javert's doggedness.

I suspect the biggest shoe in this case has yet to drop, and liberal journalists won't be happy when it does."


That's what I've been saying all along....wait and see.

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