Where is the lefty outrage?

Remember the lefty “outrage” over the outing of Valerie Plame? Remember how the New York Times reported on the “outrage” for months and months? Remember how they destroyed the career of Scooter Libby even though it was determined that he didn’t out her but rather it was Richard Armitage at the State Department? Remember how they were apoplectic in frustrated anger even though Plame wasn’t an actively undercover agent?

Are any of these same leftists even a fraction as angry about the several orders of magnitude worse Wikileaks disaster? No?

Of course not. They weren’t really mad about Plame, either. They were only pretending to be mad that she was outed in the hopes that it would bring down Dick Cheney and, in their wildest fantasies, George Bush. Leftists don’t care about national security or state secrets unless it advances their political agenda.

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10 Responses to Where is the lefty outrage?

  1. MadBrad says:

    Once we realize that the people we give the innocuous label of “The Left” are in the big Communist tent and that Communists are among the enemies of the United States, we won’t wonder why it is that they behave as enemies of the United States.

    They need to be treated accordingly.

  2. TaterSalad says:

    Are you a Democrat that supports a Communist as your elected official? Think again!


  3. logicalyrandom says:

    The two are completely different affairs. Plame was exposed by a white house official, who was later given no more than a slap on the wrist. The documents sent to wikileaks were sent by a low level member of the military, and he is now under arrest.

  4. MadBrad says:

    There is nothing logical nor random with charging and convicting a man (Scooter Libby) with a felony, which results in MUCH more than a slap on the wrist, when the person responsible for the felony (Richard Armitage) has publicly announced his responsibility for the crime.

  5. R.D. Walker says:

    Wrongo sport.

    Plame was NOT outed by a White House official. Plame was outed by Richard Armitage at the State Department.

    Secondly, Libby was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison, a fine of $250,000, and two years of supervised release, including 400 hours of community service. That sure as hell isn’t a slap on the wrist.

    Furthermore, in a disgusting miscarriage of justice, Libby was convicted of one count of obstruction of justice, two counts of perjury, and one of the counts of making false statements. All of this was the result of an him being investigated on a charge he was innocent of. If he had not been the subject of politically motivated and false charges to begin with, he wouldn’t be a felon and a ruined man today. He was cuxified for leftist kicks. I will never forgive George Bush for not pardoning him.

    In any case, in the grand scheme of things the outing of Plame was NOTHING compared to the Wikileaks crime.

  6. MadBrad says:

    Maybe we should dumb this down a little more so Moonbats will stick around longer.

    Nah, I can’t think that slow even with drugs.

  7. R.D. Walker says:

    Of course slick Willy engaged in perjury and got to stay president and be a post-president multi-millionaire. He was disbarred by Arkansas but that was it. Now that is a slap on the wrist.

  8. R.D. Walker says:

    That particular moonbat found us from a link on this site. The debate continues there. Check it out.

  9. logicalyrandom says:

    So let me get this straight; according to you, Libby’s conviction by a jury of his peers under a republican administration was a politically motivated move with no justification, yet a panel of republicans looking for a reason to nail Clinton didn’t for some reason?

  10. R.D. Walker says:

    Nah, as in the case of the prosecution of Libby, Clinton’s impeachment was politically motivated too. The big difference is the hypocrites who think Libby deserved it and Clinton didn’t.