SPARKY: You can find high maintenance “Blondes” anytime - it is time to watch American Top Traitor Karl Rove try to spin the blame onto the media and his “fisting ass puppet pal” Robert Novak ... And the GOP bottomfeeders are laughing at us true blue Americans. 10 to 1 - we'll see the “panty raid analogy” again - with the GOP admitting their guilt in protecting a party loyalist while ignoring Karl Rove is a fucking traitor. They hope their standard 1980s “Rapist Reagan” and “Greed is Good” groupthink about their archreactionary aims will be ignored in the media frenzy. Watch their spin. They want to keep us ignorant wage slaves.
Remember - Karl Rove is a fucking traitor!
Remember Karl Rove is a fucking traitor!
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Source: Novak called Rove
“... Rove has told investigators that he learned from the columnist the name of the CIA officer, who was referred to by her maiden name, Valerie Plame, and the circumstances in which her husband, former ambassador Joseph Wilson, traveled to Africa to investigate possible uranium sales to Iraq, the source said.Insert evil laugh - Rove is a fucking traitor who eagerly tossed National Security aside in his rush to justify killing American troops in an useless and stupid war. He should hang. And Novak too. The blood of nearly 1800 better Americans is on the hands of the GOP leadership. Let's not forget the 7000 plus maimed either.
After hearing Novak's account, the source said, Rove told the columnist: "I heard that, too."
The previously undisclosed telephone conversation, which took place on July 8, 2003, was initiated by Novak, the source said.
Six days later, Novak's syndicated column reported that two senior administration officials had told him that Wilson's "wife had suggested sending him" to Africa. That column was the first instance in which Valerie Wilson was publicly identified as a CIA operative. The column provoked angry demands for an investigation into who disclosed her name to Novak.
The Justice Department appointed Patrick Fitzgerald, a top federal prosecutor in Chicago, to lead the inquiry. Rove said in an interview last year that he did not know the CIA officer's name and did not leak it. ...”
Bush in tricky position over Rove
ABC Online, Australia -
MARK COLVIN: One of the most important advisers to US President George W. Bush is facing calls for his resignation, after the adviser was implicated in a major ...
Privacy is easy to breach
San Francisco Chronicle, CA -
The fracas over whether Karl Rove, one of President Bush's most trusted advisers, publicly outed an undercover CIA operative highlights the ease with which ...
San Francisco Chronicle, CA -
IT SEEMS unlikely that Karl Rove will resign anytime soon, or that President Bush will fire him, because of his involvement with the "outing" of CIA operative ...
|The Stalled Spin on Rove|
Washington Post, DC -
By EJ Dionne Jr. The issue now is whether the Karl Rove leak affair marks a tipping point in the way President Bush's administration ...
Chicago Tribune, IL -
By David Espo. WASHINGTON -- Democrats stirred the pot Thursday in the case of powerful presidential aide Karl Rove and the news leak that unmasked a CIA agent. ...
Remember Karl Rove is a fucking traitor!
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Wikinews offers this:
July 15, 2005 Rove testified in Supreme Court that he knew Valerie Plame was an undercover CIA agent when he talked with Time magazine reporter Matt Cooper in July 2003. His testimony closely follows claims by Republicans that Rove did not know that Joe Wilson's wife, Valerie Plame, wan an undercover CIA agent when he disclosed her identity to Cooper.
This information comes the day after GOP Senators voted down an ammendment "To protect classified information and to protect our servicemen and women.", attached to a "Department of Homeland Security Appropriations" Bill. The ammendment would have revoked access to classified information from federal employees who disclose the information to unauthorized sources.
The ammendment comes as George W. Bush refused to reaffirm his pledge to fire any official involved in the leaking of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame after documents subpoened by the U.S. Supreme Court named his chief advisor Karl Rove as a source of the leak.
In a press briefing on September 29th, 2004, White House spokesman Scott McClellan, in response to the question ""Scott, has anyone -- has the president tried to find out who outed the CIA agent? And has he fired anyone in the White House yet?", stated that "The president has set high standards, the highest of standards for people in his administration. He's made it very clear to people in his administration that he expects them to adhere to the highest standards of conduct. If anyone in this administration was involved in it, they would no longer be in this administration." The next day, in a meeting with business people, George W. Bush said that "If somebody did leak classified information, I'd like to know it, and we'll take the appropriate action."  The New York Times  and The Washington Post  however, misrepresented Bush's promise as a promise to fire only those administration officials who "knowingly" or "illegally" disclosed Plame's identity.
Senate Democrats added this ammendment to the bill, introduced by Senator Reid:
- "No federal employee who discloses or has disclosed classified information, including the identity of a covert agent of the Central Intelligence Agency, to a person not authorized to receive such information shall be entitled to hold a security clearance for access to such information."
The ammendment, had it been passed, would have resulted in Karl Rove's security clearance being revoked.
The Senate GOP ammended the Democrat's ammendment:
- "...or any federal officeholder who makes reference to a classified Federal Bureau of Investigation report on the floor of the United States Senate, or any federal officeholder that makes a statement based on a FBI agent¹s comments which is used as propaganda by terrorist organizations thereby putting our servicemen and women at risk, shall not be permitted access to such information or to hold a security clearance for access to such information."
The first part of this ammendment was in resposne to Joe Wilson's correction of George W. Bush's representation of his and his associates' intelligence assessment regarding Uranium in Nigeria. The second was in response to recent criticism of the treatment of prisoners in detention facilities operated by the U.S.
The Senate GOP ultimately voted down both ammendments on July 14th.
- John Solomon "Rove Learned CIA Agent's Name From Novak". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 15, 2005
- "Legislation and Records, S.Amdt. 1223 to H.R. 2360". U.S. Government, July 14, 2005
- David Sirota "VOTE ALERT: GOP supports national security leaks". Working for Change, July 14, 2005
- "NY Times, Wash. Post revised White House pledge to fire Plame leakers". Media Matters for America, July 15, 2005
Wikinews has this to off on the London Bombing:
July 15, 2005
The alleged mastermind behind the London bombings last week is reported to have been captured in Cairo, Egypt.
Magdy Elnashar, 33, was a U.S. trained chemist and police believe he may have helped to build the bombs which killed over 50 people.
Elnashar left England two weeks before the bombings and British authorities initiated a worldwide manhunt for him. The FBI was also involved in the search because Elnashar had attended North Carolina State University in 2000.
Reports say that state security officials have already begun to question Elnashar, with British agents in attendance.
Magdi Mahmoud al-Nashar, 33, had not been seen by colleagues in Leeds since early July.
British police are searching a house in Leeds linked to Mr al-Nashar, although he was not formally named as a suspect.
Computers were seized during searches in Leeds
Earlier, police said they were hunting the financiers, supporters and chemists who assembled the bomb used in the attacks last week.
British police had said they wanted to question Mr al-Nashar, but his alleged involvement in the attacks is unclear.
BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera said it was believed Mr al-Nashar handed over keys to a house in Leeds used by the bombers.
British agents are believed to be with Egyptian authorities questioning Mr al-Nashar in Cairo.
Police are also searching the bombers' homes.
A man injured in the bus bombing in Tavistock Square died in hospital on Thursday, taking the number of confirmed victims to 51. Three of the bombers have also been confirmed dead, with the fourth also thought to have died.
Sources have told the BBC that explosives found in one of the homes is from ingredients available from high-street chemists.
They were the same kind of explosive Richard Reid had in his shoes when he tried to blow up a trans-Atlantic flight in 2001.
Anti-terrorist agencies are worried other "educated amateurs" could try to make more of the explosive, and that the risk of accidents in the manufacturing process is very high.
I have also learned a suspected al-Qaeda member entered Britain via a Channel port two weeks before the bombs, but was not kept under surveillance. The man apparently left Britain hours before the blasts.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Met Police commissioner Sir Ian Blair said there was nothing connecting the man to the plot, but added that investigators expected to find evidence linking al-Qaeda to the attacks.
He said the bombers were only the "foot soldiers" of the operation and the mastermind was still being sought.
"What we've got to find is, who encouraged them, who trained them, and who's the chemist," he said.
He said police would also work with the Muslim community, which he said had been "close to denial" about extremist preachers, to defeat terrorism.
"We will break this horror that has descended upon us," he said.
- Mohammad Sidique Khan (above): Aged 30, from Beeston, Leeds, recently moved to Dewsbury, married with baby. ID found at Edgware Road blast site.
- Hasib Mir Hussain(confirmed): Aged 18, lived Holbeck, Leeds. Reported missing on day of bombings. Said to have turned very religious two years ago. ID found in No 30 bus.
- Shehzad Tanweer(confirmed): Aged 22, born Bradford, lived Beeston, Leeds. Studied religion in Pakistan. Forensic evidence linking him to Aldgate blast.
- Lindsey Germaine: Jamaican-born man who lived in Buckinghamshire.
- "Alleged Mastermind of London Bombings Captured". ABC News, July 14, 2005
- "Chemistry student held in Egypt". BBC news, July 15, 2005
- BBC: London bombers: Key facts. BBC news, July 15, 2005
- Sparky -o&o
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