Friday, February 5, 2010

Obama's idiots blab national security secrets--and demand apology!

There's a truth that says if you want to keep a secret in Washington, don't tell a Democrat.

Never has that been more evident than in the events of the last few days. With egg all over Attorney General Eric Holder's face for his as-yet-unclaimed call to Mirandize the Christmas Day underwear bomber, the White House and Democrats in the Senate literally rushed to the mikes to tell the secret that the underwear bomber has begun to tell his secrets about Al Qaeda and the terrorists in Yemen who sent him on his failed mission.

First a big-mouth Democrat female Senator blabs the secret during a public hearing on the Hill while Republican Senator Kit Bond of Missouri tries to shut her up with "No, no, no, no...." in the background. Then White House Media Moron Robert Gibbs literally calls a press conference to announce the secret to the world so the terrorists in Yemen know it's time to skedaddle.

Bond sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee and knows it ain't wise to tell the enemy your national security secrets so he takes the rather extraordinary step of writing a letter to Obama to basically say "Shame on you and your idiot staff for telling secrets to the enemy," citing the express desires of FBI Director Bob Mueller to the committee to keep their big mouths shut.

And then Gibbs has the brass to announce that Senator Bond owes Obama an apology! Yes, Moron Gibbs, an apology is owed, but it's from Obama to the American public for putting politics above national security so he could try to turn down the heat for Mirandizing a terrorist.

In a masterful understatement, Obama said thusly at the National Prayer Breakfast:
President Obama lamented the "erosion of civility" in the nation's political debate, telling an audience Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast that there is a growing sense that "something is broken" in Washington.
Yep, something's broke in Washington alright, and guess who broke it? I'll give you a hint, his initials are Barack Hussein Obama.

The Washington Times is one of the few media outlets that understands the big problem being created by Obama, Holder and the other idiots who are trying mightily to lose the war on terror.

On Wednesday, Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. sent a five-page letter to Sen. Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican, detailing his rationale for treating purported Christmas Day bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a criminal suspect rather than a terrorist detainee. The attorney general's defense betrays significant misreading of how the United States has dealt with terrorism in recent decades.

Mr. Holder incredibly claims that policies treating terrorists as criminals "were not criticized when employed by previous Administrations [and] have been and remain extremely effective in protecting national security."

Mr. Holder must be new to this issue. The problem of granting terrorists criminal status was at the center of the debate among counterterrorism scholars and practitioners in the 1990s. The policies of the Clinton era, which the Obama administration generally has resurrected, were critiqued in detail. Many warned that the domestic legal framework was insufficient to protect the United States from the emerging threat of globally networked Islamic terrorism. The events of Sept. 11, 2001, vindicated this argument. The Bush administration, armed with the Patriot Act and other important reforms, charted a new and more effective course that the current administration is in the process of dismantling.

Fox News is the sole media outlet that's even reporting this story, with the rest of the lamestream media still trying to ignore it.

The White House strongly rejected assertions by Sen. Kit Bond on Thursday that administration officials defied an FBI request for secrecy when it held a briefing with reporters Tuesday about Christmas bomber Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab's cooperation with authorities.

In a letter to President Obama, Bond, R-Mo., scolded the White House for revealing the details of the interrogations, saying the administration is undermining national security by providing details the FBI specifically asked not be revealed.

"FBI officials stressed the importance of not disclosing the fact of his cooperation in order to protect ongoing and follow-on operations to neutralize additional threats to the American public," Bond, ranking member of the Senate Intelligence committee wrote.

"FBI Director Bob Muller (sic) personally stressed to me that keeping the fact of his cooperation quiet was vital to preventing future attacks against the United States," he continued.

"Twenty-four hours later, however, White House staff assembled members of the media to announce Abdulmutallab's cooperation and to laud the vents that led to his decision to cooperate with law enforcement personnel. This information immediately hit the air waves globally and, no doubt, reached the ears of our enemies abroad."

God save this Republic because Obama and his idiot minions are striving mightily to destroy it.

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