28 Sep 2006 00:52:29
Anonymous via the Cypherpunks
White House refuses to release full terror report

http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/09/27/nie.iraq.ap/index.html

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House refused Wednesday to release the rest
of a secret intelligence assessment that depicts a growing terrorist
threat as the Bush administration tried to quell election-season criticism
that its anti-terror policies are seriously off track.



27 Sep 2006 21:42:36
Lee Bell
Re: White House refuses to release full terror report

> WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House refused Wednesday to release the rest
> of a secret intelligence assessment that depicts a growing terrorist
> threat as the Bush administration tried to quell election-season criticism
> that its anti-terror policies are seriously off track.

Well, that certainly proves that they must be up to no good. There's no
chance at all that, say, the secret (hint, secret means not to be disclosed)
intelligence assessment might possibly, just possibly of course, contain
something that would, say, be a bad idea to release to the general public
and directly into the hands of those we are at war with.

What a dumb fuck you are.




28 Sep 2006 15:16:13
dechucka
Re: White House refuses to release full terror report OT


"Lee Bell" <pleebell2@bellsouth.net > wrote in message
news:YLFSg.16229$GY5.14898@bignews6.bellsouth.net...
>> WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House refused Wednesday to release the rest
>> of a secret intelligence assessment that depicts a growing terrorist
>> threat as the Bush administration tried to quell election-season
>> criticism
>> that its anti-terror policies are seriously off track.
>
> Well, that certainly proves that they must be up to no good. There's no
> chance at all that, say, the secret (hint, secret means not to be
> disclosed) intelligence assessment might possibly, just possibly of
> course, contain something that would, say, be a bad idea to release to the
> general public and directly into the hands of those we are at war with.
>
> What a dumb fuck you are.

but I thought the Republicans release information that allows US spies to
be compromised. Why shouldn't they release this?
>
>




03 Oct 2006 07:18:16
Dennis (Icarus)
Re: White House refuses to release full terror report OT


"dechucka" <dechucka@vomithotmail.com.au > wrote in message
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>
> "Lee Bell" <pleebell2@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
> news:YLFSg.16229$GY5.14898@bignews6.bellsouth.net...
> >> WASHINGTON (AP) -- The White House refused Wednesday to release the
rest
> >> of a secret intelligence assessment that depicts a growing terrorist
> >> threat as the Bush administration tried to quell election-season
> >> criticism
> >> that its anti-terror policies are seriously off track.
> >
> > Well, that certainly proves that they must be up to no good. There's no
> > chance at all that, say, the secret (hint, secret means not to be
> > disclosed) intelligence assessment might possibly, just possibly of
> > course, contain something that would, say, be a bad idea to release to
the
> > general public and directly into the hands of those we are at war with.
> >
> > What a dumb fuck you are.
>
> but I thought the Republicans release information that allows US spies to
> be compromised. Why shouldn't they release this?

Richard Armitage isn't in on this.

Dennis