Novak Says Bush Knew All Along Who Outed Valerie Plame
By Elaine Meinel Supkis
Novak knows what Bush knows and what Rove knows and they all know that Fitzgerald knows and they are now beginning to snipe at each other and at the rest of us. They are on the verge of a mental breakdown only they are insane already so it doesn't matter. All that matters is, their ship is sinking...Fast. Let's punch more holes in the hull.
The White House took issue on Thursday with a claim by syndicated columnist Robert Novak that President George W. Bush knows who the source is who leaked the identity of CIA operative Valerie Plame.Fitzgerald, the prosecutor, has convened a new Grand Jury and is relentlessly pursuing his prey. The fact that a so called reporter/pundit, Novak, knows a lot about all this but refuses to enlighten us is very amusing for the old man is losing his grip and is on the verge of spilling them old beans.
"I don't know what he's basing it on," said White House spokesman Scott McClellan, declining to comment further.
Novak said Tuesday the public and the news media should be asking Bush about the source rather than reporters who received the information.
"I'm confident the president knows who the source is," Novak told a luncheon in Raleigh, North Carolina, according to the Raleigh News & Observer. "I'd be amazed if he doesn't."
He added: "So I say, don't bug me. Don't bug (Washington Post reporter) Bob Woodward. Bug the president as to whether he should reveal who the source is."
Bush is freaking out over this and won't fire Rove for this would be admitting his office was Leak Central. So instead, his personal Titanic moment continues to crawl along in slow motion. This is causing problems because it is all attached to the mess in Iraq. Namely, Bush is a war criminal and the reasons to invade were not only spurious but seriously fake.
Bush also has destroyed our American civil rights in this pottage of pulsimony. From CNN:
President Bush authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans and others inside the United States -- without getting search warrants -- following the Sept. 11 attacks, The New York Times reports.Keeping track of little old Quaker ladies talking about demonstrating quietly in front of recruiting stations always ends up being the scariest thing on earth to these criminals. They have to lure the poor into fighting these illegal wars and these old ladies are interfering with the program.
This happened under Nixon.
So as usual, as we predicted during the Patriot Act passage, the military and the dictator in DC always abuse the powers handed to them, they always lie and assure us they won't spy on little old ladies yet they can't help themselves, like sick peeping Toms, they rush off to the oldest lady's house in town and press their noses against the window.
Even as Bush spies on the elderly, he refuses to allow American citizens a voice in running the USA. He teeters between buying everyone off with cheap loans with some horrible strings attached as well as bankrupting America with tax cuts, he passed even more of those this week in the teeth of the biggest trade/budget deficit in our history...And meanwhile, the clock ticks.
The elections in Iraq have to be the most expensive on earth. We spent $250+billion so far to have elections there. If the American people are happy with this business deal we are in deep trouble for this money hasn't been paid out yet, it is in the form of short term loans which, as the interest rates rise relentlessly thanks to inflation, will cost more and more. In other words, since we are charging this war, the interest payments will end up costing as much as the principle so it will be half a trillion so far.
And it isn't over. Why people think voting won't lead to terrific violence baffles me. Here in America, we have nearly come to blows over the blue/red state divide and it will get much, much worse, you will see, due to energy problems if nothing else. In Iraq, like in America in the first 50 years of our Republic, each election makes things worse until they blow up. In Iraq, I give it about one year. This year of grace, we can leave. If we stay, boom.
And about Rove: arrest him. Arrest Bush. Arrest all these idiots. Thank you.
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