Plame-Wilson Kerfuffles 2

Bush Was Right ~~WaPo

9 Apr 2006 by Kerfuffles – See Lady Spy Plame and the Kerfuffles for more. There is even more Joseph Wilson lunacy at “The Adventures of Lady Spy Plame and the Frog”. “Expose the Left” has the video of Joseph Wilsons’s response on “This Week” today.

 The Plame-Wilsons at Home

19 Dec 2005 by Kerfuffles~~Lady Spy Plame. This fantastic image from David Burnett reveals everything about the In the far distance poses his better-half, Lady Spy Plame with a head-ache, glamorously clad in silky pajamas. The Plame Kerfuffle – it never ends.

 Mommy’s a Spy!

30 Dec 2005 by KerfufflesThe Washington power couple, the Plame-Wilsons, had their cover blown at an international airport last Thursday, as they were attempting to sneak away on vacation to an undisclosed location. As part of their creative subterfuge,

Plame-Wilsons and Jacque Chirac

7 Nov 2005 by Neddy – Were Lady Spy Plame and her consort, Frog Marcher Wilson, working for Jacque Chirac’s France, against the interests of the United States? Joseph A. Wilson IV: The French Connection – interesting reading.

Our CIA Has Done US Wrong

9 Nov 2005 by Neddy – It never would have allowed Ms. Plame potentially to expose herself by recommending such an overt mission for her mate, not known for his subtlety and discretion. With a CIA where cover really mattered, Mr. Libby would not now be

Plame-Wilson-Miller Redux

2 Oct 2005 by NeddyCould she have been the source of the leak about Valerie Plame’s CIA status that Judith Miller, good reporter, likely knew who Plame was. “The Plame-Wilsons and Judith Miller” and WizBang writes that it is the “Plame End Game“.

Liars Come to Grief

18 Nov 2005 by KerfufflesNEW YORK Joseph Wilson, the husband of outed CIA operative Valerie Plame, called on Thursday for an inquiry by The Washington Post into the conduct of reporter Bob Woodward … . Wilson told Reuters that The Washington Post should reveal

The Agency Amok

6 Nov 2005 by Neddy – Here’s an issue for them: Assess the validity of the claim that Valerie Plame’s status was “covert,” or even properly classified, given the wretched tradecraft by the Central Intelligence Agency throughout the entire episode.

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