Monday, April 24, 2006

The Logic of John Kerry

According to John, some leaks are good leaks:

Here's my fundamental view of this, that you have somebody being fired from the CIA for allegedly telling the truth, and you have no one fired from the white house for revealing a CIA agent in order to support a lie.

A lie? What lie, John? I really can't believe that a person in a leadership position in this government can be rolling with the "if enough people say something it becomes true" idea. George Bush lied, John? Then impeach him!

I don't like leaking. But if you're leaking to tell the truth, Americans are going to look at that, at least mitigate or think about what are the consequences that you, you know, put on that person. Obviously they're not going to keep their job, but there are other larger issues here.

Here it is - leaks are good as long as they are good leaks - in other words, leaks are good if they make the administration look bad. The person will get fired, you know, but as long as the leak points out the Bush is evil it's ok.

How can a man with this kind of a logic machine get to be a Senator, and almost a President? Don't believe in God? You should - because John Kerry is not in the White House.

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