reply to post by budski
Let's see... I wonder who the source for this rumor is. I wonder if they have as much credibility as the source in your other thread, a disgruntled
former employee of the FBI. Nevermind the fact that there is no real evidence of any of the claims which you appear to accept as concrete facts.
I think you put a lot of faith in sources who you know nothing about, except whatever blurbs are written in said article, as long as their stories
jive with your political beliefs and ideology.
I'm sure if a former White House employee claimed that George Bush feeds on the blood of fetuses and sleeps in a coffin, you would probably believe
it because you are blinded by your hatred and disdain for Bush and his policies.
By the way... did it ever occur to you that we are purposely leaking/selling these secrets to other nations? Did it ever occur to you that the
information is either incomplete or incorrect, and we are giving it to those countries in order to set back their quest for nuclear weapons? Believe
it or not, this very thing has actually been done in the past. It's called misinformation. We could also be doing it to follow the trails of our
enemies/allies to reveal their methods and operations. That's been done before, too. And this Turkish woman who may or may not be telling the
truth, whom you put so much trust in, may have unwittingly screwed up a lengthy and successful intelligence operation.
You see, that's the problem when you abandon any objectivity and automatically assume the worst in those whom you think the worst of. You are so
focused on bashing the US and its government that you don't even give a single thought to the possibility that this woman is lying or that she has
absolutely no clue what it is that she stumbled onto.
Our Congress is filled with people just dying to make a name for themselves and serve up this President's head on a platter. Do you really think
that they would listen to testimony from this woman and not do anything to pursue the Administration, State Department and the Pentagon, if she was
really credible? Or did you ever consider that the reason they may not have charged any of the individuals she mentioned, who are apparently clearly
heard arranging bribes on tape, because it was in fact a counterintelligence operation?
The answer to those questions is "of course not." You would rather think that someone worked hard their entire lives and achieved a high-paying and
high-ranking position in the State Department just so that they could screw over their own nation and sell nuclear secrets to its enemies for
$15,000?? Or even 10 times that? Or a hundred? And you believe there are individuals just like him that hold high-ranking positions in many parts
of our government who are also evil enough to go along with this plan and sell nuclear secrets to an enemy that wants to use those weapons right here
on our soil to kill our people? And they do this openly and over tapped phone lines? Give me a break.
But I've got to get going now. I'm a Neoconservative American Warmonger, so I have to go eat my daily ration of living baby bunny rabbits before I
build some weapons in my basement with depleted uranium to use on innocent civilians.