PostHeaderIcon Dishonorable Disclosures

More like treasonous…

 

In case you haven't seen this, please watch it. It is very well done.

It reminds me of the Swift Boat Veterans, and I do hope it has the same effect. If the Campaigner-in-Chief actually gets reelected, I give up on this country of mindless sheeple. I sure hope all active duty military get to see it before the bastard orders martial law… ◄Dave►

 

6 Responses to “Dishonorable Disclosures”

    • ◄Dave► says:

      Actually, no, John. It is a group of ex-Special Ops, CIA, and Military brass that are most upset over the unconscionable leaks that are coming out of the White House. See: http://dishonorabledisclosure.com/

      However, your links tell an amazing tale! Thanks for sharing them. It just shows how utterly worthless our press is here in this country, and why we need a ‘Radio Free America’ to keep us informed of what is really going on in the world. It is getting pretty bad when one must read Pravda to learn what NBC et al, even Fox News, is covering up. ◄Dave►

  • Greg says:

    Well, Dave, let’s put you in the driver’s seat for this one. There is currently a procedure dealing with the ways in which an aide can disclose their quotes. According to this procedure, when a newsman gets a scoop, the aide must authorize the quote. So when the guy who interview him calls back, he can either say a) Quote me on status (meaning call me a “high-ranking official in the Department of [x],” b) Quote me directly, or c) Toss out the quote entirely; it is off the record. This is typically used for campaigns when one person wants to explain something. Ari Fleischer, the Press Secretary during the GWB administration has told NPR that he wants this practice to stop because it abridges freedom of the press (I can find the article if you want it), and wants all administration officials ever to just be careful with what they say.

    Thus comes the question:
    1) Are you in favor of such a procedure, and 2) If not in favor of this procedure, would you recommend something else? If so, what would it be? 🙂

  • Troy says:

    We would use up far less space in this blog if we discussed the HONORABLE actions of the Obama regime.

    Troy

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