Wednesday, June 02, 2004

Super Duper

An Atriosian comments that if you can't trust an Iranian spy convicted of bank fraud and embezzlement, who can you trust?

"I'm not a crook" Posted by Hello

"My meetings with him [Chalabi] were very brief. I mean, I think I met with him at the State of the Union and just kind of working through the rope line, and he might have come up with a group of leaders. But I haven't had any extensive conversations with him." George W. Bush


Bush might not remember (yeah, riiiiiight) the many times he and Chalabi played Chess with Iraqi lives being sent to the bone pile, but most of the free world remembers. Why, to YT, it seems like only yesterday our Commander-in-Thief was cuddly-cozy with Ahmed Chalabi, close enough buds that the criminal wanted in Jordan was instead seated behind Laura Bush during the State of the Union address.

Time flies. Since then, Chalabi has been cut off from American tax payers’ dollars, been eliminated from any future leadership role in Iraq, had his home raided, computers and files seized, and is now accused of spying for the Iranians. What a bunch of dolts we have in the WH; Bush, Cheney, Wolfowitz, et. al. were completely duped by a well-known con man.
The FBI is investigating an intercepted Iranian message that alleges Iraqi exile leader Ahmed Chalabi told
Tehran officials that the United States had broken Iran's secret code, U.S. officials said.

The message alleges Chalabi said he had been told about the code-breaking by a drunken U.S. official, one senior Bush administration official said.

A drunken U.S. official? I’m shocked, shocked I tell you. Take heart, though, the FBI is on the case. Feel safer


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