Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Quote of the Day

"President Obama’s decision to allow the Justice Department to investigate and possibly prosecute CIA personnel, and his decision to remove authority for interrogation from the CIA to the White House, serves as a reminder, if any were needed, of why so many Americans have doubts about this Administration’s ability to be responsible for our nation’s security."

Former Vice-President Dick Cheney
The Weekly Standard


Red said...

That really sums it up. Shocking and scary. These people were doing their job and now they have to worry about being prosecuted??

Anonymous said...

While I am not the biggest fan of Dick Cheney, I am also not the biggest fan of the prosecution of those who are trying to protect the interest of our company. We all know that the CIA has "ways" of serving justice, but when you are trying to protect the country by having your "way" with a terrorists, then what is the problem. Obama needs to go ahead and let this foolishness go because it's not worth an investigation. He should focus on governing our country and let the CIA focus on minimizing the threats on our country-by any means necessary!

G. R. said...

I seem to remember when the left went absolutely bonkers when Bush, no Cheney, no someone in the Bush White House, no Cheney's, a journalist, no, yeah Scooter Libbey supposedly outed a low lever CIA employee as being an operative (maybe an operative, maybe not, could be, well sort of) by the name Valerie Plame (who by the way was posing for every magazine that had a camera). And the screams were her career and and possible safety was in jeopardy.

And the left was screaming because there was a possibility Plame was outed.

Now that there is proof that there are actual outings of C.I.A. agents, where's the same outrage?

Now the left is railing over the fact that a gun was fired next door to Mohammad's cell, and they made threats to get his family (after the bastard ruined over 3,000 families) to get information from the slime ball to keep other families from suffering.

And if I'm going to be accused of being a racist for disagreeing with Obama. So be it, I'M A RACIST.