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May 15, 2009

Quit hiding stuff from Nancy!

Nancy Pelosi House Speaker Nancy Pelosi keeps insisting that even though she and her aides and associates were briefed on CIA interrogation techniques, she wasn't fully aware of what was going on. Most uninformative briefings those must have been.

This raises the question: What else hasn't the Speaker been told?

(Image © Lauren Victoria Burke for the AP)

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Jason Taylor

One could argue that this is how the Constitution was intended and the writers would not be suprised that one faction tried to use the law as a tool in a vendetta and the opposing balenced by using it the same way. Regretable all round but they negate each other as planned.

Robert Birkes

It's all the fault!!!

Robert Birkes

Sorry Gina, I should have previewed it. I know now that I should have used html code for lt and gt.

What I meant to post was:

It's all the < Insert opposing organization > 's fault!

Jason Taylor


Ah, you have figured it out Mr. Birkes. It is unfortunate, because now I shall have to send the's Faceless Goons around you. I shall also have to arrange an exotic but curiously nonescaperoof deathtrap to throw you in after I am done giving you my overconfidant speech describing my evil plans.

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

Steve (SBK)

"What else hasn't the Speaker been told?"

That Catholics don't support abortion?
(http://www.breakpoint.org/listingarticle.asp?ID=9219 )

Billy Atwell

It's funny how the spotlight can be both a blessing and a curse. I see few politicians that love attention more than Pelosi, but it looks like she'd rather remain in the shadows for the next couple months. It's also funny how she's excited to divert the responsibility to the ranking member, who was not her apparently.

LeeQuod

Yes, Billy, spot on: I wondered how the supremely powerful could feign victimhood, but now we all know.

Jason Taylor


The supremely powerful can often feign victimhood quite convincingly, Lee, simply because power is complex, takes different forms and todays victor can be tomorrows vanquished. And vice-versa.

jason taylor

Actually, while there is some pleasure at seeing one of there's take it, it does say "rejoice not when your enemy stumbles".

vikingmother

I checked a Wall Street Journal commentary by Karl Rove...from May 15
at http://online.wsj.com/article/SB124226863721018193.html#

He also asserts that Ms. Pelosi not only knew of these techniques (early) but also wanted the CIA to do more...

It's basically a he said - she said thing.

If this controversy slows Congress from signing more unread bills, but does not actually blow up into show trial status, it will indirectly benefit all of us.

This is a Congress whose actions I fear!

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