Fire Rove? How about Jail Wilson?

Confirmed Liar and Coverup Artist Joseph "Sipping Tea" Wilson, want's Karl Rove fired.

How about this instead:

"Let's jail Wilson!"

"Wilson, in an interview broadcast Thursday on NBC’s “Today” show, said he thinks the White House’s posture in this controvery represents a continuing “cover-up of the web of lies that underpin the justification for going to war in Iraq.”

"What I do know is that Mr. Rove is talking to the press and he is saying things like my wife is fair game. That's an outrage. That's an abuse of power." (Wilson on NBC's Today Show -7/14).

Gee, you wonder why the MSM has lost all it's credibility, continually putting this putz up as some kind of victim....

"Asked how he and his wife were coping with the continuing controversy, Wilson said, “We have two 5-year-old twins and they occupy most of our free time. She’s obviously nonplussed at this unwanted attention brought to our family. But she’s tough.”

.......I'm gonna hurl! What a pathetic job of interviewing! The only thing they didn't do was hand him a hanky.....cripes!

Anyway, back to "Good Ole Mr. Wilson!"

Talk about "abuse of power"....You get sent on a mission by your Government (or wife for short), and come back and lie all over the place about it? For apparently no other purpose but to undermine our nation's effort in the war in Iraq.

In my book that's treason. Mr. Wilson, you should be on trial, not on Today sipping tea!

Let's review more of the facts, shall we?

First, from an often cited Washington Post article dated 7/10/2004

"The (Senate Intelligence)report said Plame told committee staffers that she relayed the CIA's request to her husband, saying, "there's this crazy report" about a purported deal for Niger to sell uranium to Iraq. The committee found Wilson had made an earlier trip to Niger in 1999 for the CIA, also at his wife's suggestion.

The report also said Wilson provided misleading information to The Washington Post last June. He said then that he concluded the Niger intelligence was based on documents that had clearly been forged because "the dates were wrong and the names were wrong."

"Committee staff asked how the former ambassador could have come to the conclusion that the 'dates were wrong and the names were wrong' when he had never seen the CIA reports and had no knowledge of what names and dates were in the reports," the Senate panel said. Wilson told the panel he may have been confused and may have "misspoken" to reporters. The documents -- purported sales agreements between Niger and Iraq -- were not in U.S. hands until eight months after Wilson made his trip to Niger. "

Over one year later, that question, "How did Wilson know?", hasn't been answered.

For a little review read A Little Literary Flair:Joe Wilson wasn't a truth-teller.
by Matthew Continetti, July 26, 2004 issue of The Weekly Standard

Important Excerpt:

"According to the conclusions of Sen. Pat Roberts, the words "derelict" and "deceptive" might better describe Joe Wilson:

"During Mr. Wilson's media blitz, he appeared on more than thirty television shows including entertainment venues. Time and again, Joe Wilson told anyone who would listen that the President had lied to the American people, that the Vice President had lied, and that he had "debunked" the claim that Iraq was seeking uranium from Africa. As discussed in the Niger section of the report, not only did he NOT "debunk" the claim, he actually gave some intelligence analysts even more reason not to believe that it may be true. I believed very strongly that it was important for the Committee to conclude publicly that many of the statements made by Ambassador Wilson were not only incorrect, but had no basis in fact. . . . ."

"The former Ambassador, either by design or through ignorance, gave the American people and, for that matter, the world a version of events that was inaccurate, unsubstantiated, and misleading. Surely, the Senate Intelligence Committee, which has unique access to all of the facts, should have been able to agree on a conclusion that would correct the public record."

Again, from my law enforcement days when someone blurted a fact that they had no way of knowing, that meant: "They had something to do with it?"

Strange? Yes! But stranger things have been coming out of this story since the beginning. Instead of this "Rove - Did he? Didn't he?" crap, the press should have been looking into what the truth is about Valerie Plame, her globe trotting hubby Wilson, and their possible involvement in a CIA plot to "fix facts".

Maybe I sound a little moon-batty, "plamed-out", but let me ask you this? Aside from "embarrassing" the Administration, what other possible motives did Wilson have to go to all these extremes to lie? Why was it such a big deal that he didn't want anyone to know - and he too lied about this fact - that his wife recommended him not only for the 2002 Niger trip but in 1999 as well?

Did he do this all just to see George Bush's face get red? Make Cheney bristle? Or damage him politically, you know, help John Kerry into the WH? Or maybe - and more likely there was something much greater going on here that only a few people so far have hinted at.

For instance, on Rush Limbaugh's show yesterday, he put this out:

"As we told you yesterday, Joe Wilson got this gig via his wife. George Tenet, who ran the CIA, didn't even know. You have a rogue CIA here, and make no mistake about this, during this period of time, the CIA is out to get Bush every bit as much as the state department had people there out to get Bush. I'm not saying Tenet, I'm saying career lifers in the CIA, and one of the reasons they were out to get Bush is there was a bunch of libs in there."

"With his wife's recommendation, Wilson gets sent the over to Niger to come back and write a false description of what he learned and then continue to lie about it and become a hero of the American left. The CIA is summarily embarrassed because -- and they don't want there to be any connection between Al-Qaeda and Iraq, because they missed it. They don't want to look bad. So you've got a rogue CIA who is out to screw the sitting president -- I'm not saying the whole organization. You've got members in it and Wilson and his wife are part of this cabal"

Then this quote:

"What in the world is this guy going over there to file this report in the first place, when the vice president doesn't know he's going, and when Tenet doesn't know he's going? How does the guy end up in Niger, how does a Democrat Kerry supporter end up with the opportunity to write this BS report which undermines the whole Bush Iraq war policy? And then to put icing on the cake, he comes back and gets this investigation started by acting outraged that his wife's name has been made public? What's the real crime here?"

What I've been asking all along, to wit: in the hell were Valerie and Joseph and some others in the CIA trying to cook up? Is Rove really the hero as some have said - the "Whistle-Blower"?

Like an old and dirty sock under the couch, something really stinks here. Again, the rule of criminal investigation - throw out the obvious and you'll find the truth.