Valerie Plame wasn't a covert agent so she couldn't be outed
a.different.perspect writes | about 9 years ago
I'm sorry, but this is a really simple case of liberal BS building up in the drain that is my ear. And yes, I'm sort of comparing my ear to a toilet. That's because lots of liberal crap goes into it, as I've pointed out!
But this Karl Rove stuff really takes the cake. I'm not sure if you wanted the image of food after all that talk of crap, but you've got it, precisely because this Karl Rove liberal propaganda has gone too far.
Rove mentioned that Wilson's wife was "at the agency". Firstly, it was a statement about Wilson, not about her - let alone an exposure of her. Secondly, and correlatively, he didn't give her name. Thirdly, he didn't specify that she was a CIA agent - just "at the agency". Rove said it so offhandedly, and was so unmoved by its implications (and Plame's covert status), that he didn't even bother phrasing this revelation precisely. What does that mean? He didn't know of its implications; he didn't know of Plame's covert status. But you would realize that listening to the vilification he's receiving from the populist nutjobs huddled on the left, whining and pissing themselves with bile.
Rove made a mistake. But it was a very trivial mistake - because, as my headline cogently argues, Plame lived at Langley and she wasn't a covert agent of any kind anymore, unless she was pretending to non-CIA janitor, or something.
The liberal media, however, made it look like the leak meant Plame had to suddenly be tugged out of an explosive situation, or something. That, as we now know, is total liberal propaganda and should be recognized by everyone and such.
I just can't believe how liberals can lie, and lie, and lie, and lie, and lie, with no consequences, and no one in the liberal media calling them up on their enormous logical errors. How can people be so logically inconsistent and be lauded for it?
It has to stop.