Wednesday, July 20, 2005
11 former CIA agents write to Congress
Josh Marshall has a copy of the letter here. It should be the marching orders for all Real Americans.
Our friends and colleagues have difficult jobs gathering the intelligence, which helps, for example, to prevent terrorist attacks against Americans at home and abroad. They sometimes face great personal risk and must spend long hours away from family and friends. They serve because they love this country and are committed to protecting it from threats from abroad and to defending the principles of liberty and freedom. They do not expect public acknowledgement for their work, but they do expect and deserve their government’s protection of their covert status.More than expect and deserve, they require that of anyone who actually works for the United States. Robert Hanssen and Aldrich Ames are two who failed that requirement and "Karl"TurdBlossom Rove is cut from the same cloth.
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