Wednesday, August 26, 2009

ACLU: Spying
For America's Enemies

by Michelle Malkin - August 26th, 2009 -

Working from a witch-hunt list of 45 CIA employees, the ACLU team tailed and photographed agency employees or obtained other photos from public records.

And then they showed the images to suspected al-Qaida operatives implicated in murdering 3,000 innocent men, women and children on American soil.

Where is the concern for the safety of these American officers and their families? Where's the outrage from all the indignant supporters of former CIA agent Valerie Plame, whose name was leaked by Bush State Department official Richard Armitage to the late Robert Novak? [Who learned about it second hand from Valerie's own husband by his voluntarily LISTING the fact in Who's Who.]

The persecution of Scooter Libby was never anything but politics. The persecution of these CIA agents by the ACLU is again, nothing but politics. Outing them is considered a good thing no matter how much it damages America or our CIA agents and their families. The left wing radicals who surround our left wing radical President were never upset about the outing of Valerie Plane. They were simply doing what Alinsky taught them. Use the laws of America to destroy America. It was always a strategy, not a concern with patriotism.


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