More on the CIA war against Bush

The American Thinker has connected a number of dots in the ongoing CIA effort to subvert an elected American president.  John Hinderaker now suggests that high officials in the CIA itself  deliberately exposed the Agency's covert flights to transport terrorists to interrogation centers around the world.  The New York Times and Washington Post cited CIA sources when they told the world the details — air carriers, flight dates, airports and countries involved. That is all information Osama bin Ladin would love to know. This unbelievably irresponsible publicity could destabilize governments or kill people. But if the Agency had any objection to the blowing of one of its most sensitive operations since the Cold War, apparently it didn't tell NYT or WaPo. "The twin leaks to the Times and the Post have severely impaired the agency's ability to carry out renditions, transport prisoners, and maintain secret detention facilities. It is striking that top—level CIA...(Read Full Post)