Jonathan having trouble with the English language:
I'm watching Valerie Plame, wife of Joe Wilson, testify before congress about her exposure as a covert CIA agent. Its already making me gag with her self righteous attitude and belief that she is non-partisan despite her blatantly partisan statements.
Because, as we all know, even though it was the Republicans who blew her cover as a covert CIA operative, it would be only proper to blame both political parties equally.
After all, it's the fair and balanced thing to do.
BONUS TRACK: Even though Tom Tomorrow has never met Jonathan, it's eerie how well he understands his kind of thought processes.
IT'S CALLED "LOGIC," JONATHAN. It's amusing to listen to partisan hacks like Jonathan go on and on about how Plame wasn't really covert:
Something tells me you didn't watch the hearing.
Second, covert agents don't work a desk at Langley on a daily basis. It is not an established fact that her status was covert when Novak disclosed it.
One can first demolish Jonathan's silliness as follows:
Plame Wilson rejected claims that her role at the CIA not covert when her identity was leaked.
She said she had conducted secret overseas missions within the past five years, and that much information about her career remains classified. (Read how Plame Wilson said she worked on secret missions during her time as an operative)
Although she was working at CIA headquarters in the United States at the time of the leak, Plame Wilson said, "a general is a general whether he is in the field in Iraq or Afghanistan; when he comes back to the Pentagon, he's still a general. In the same way, covert operations officers who are serving in the field, when they rotate back for temporary assignment in Washington, they too are still covert."
But there's actually an easier way to tear Jonathan a new one.
If all of these wankers are taking the position that Plame wasn't undercover, why are they all so desperately trying to avoid being the one who takes the fall as the one who exposed her? If none of them think a crime has been committed, why the overwhelming stench of panic and all the finger-pointing?
Sorry, Jonathan, but when you can smell the fear from here, it's pretty clear that those folks know somebody broke some laws. And all of them are just trying not to be the one to go down for it.