Theyre Ba-ack– The Plame-Wilson's Release TV Ad For Hillary
Joe Wilson and his wife Valerie Plame have amazingly weathered the storm of interviews, photo ops, speaking engagements, book and movie deals and are still standing after 7 long years of the BushMcHitlerBurton regime.
It’s been sheer hell for the Plame-Wilsons.
Since they haven’t been in the limelight much since their case was thrown out and they were frogmarched from court, the Left’s favorite media whores decided to put together a campaign ad for Hillary Clinton:
Nice rad butch cut, Joe!
The Wilson-Plames are very impressed with Hillary’s promise to surrender Iraq to Al-Qaeda and Iran.
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The media still props up the Wilson-Plames as some kind of victims even though documents released by the government prove their sob story to the press was not exactly honest.
Although, she denied it several times, Mrs. Wilson did indeed suggest her husband for the Niger mission.
An unclassified government document, the Carl Ford Jr. memo had this to say about sending Joe Wilson to Niger:
Notes: Niger/Iraq uranium meeting CIA 2/19/02
Meeting apparently convened by Valerie Wilson, a CIA WMD managerial type and the wife of Amb. Joe Wilson, with the idea that the agency and the larger USG could dispatch Joe to Niger to use his contacts there to sort out the Niger/Iraq uranium sale question. Joe went to Niger in late 1999 in regard to Niger’s uranium program, apparently with CIA support.
Then there is this later U.S. INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY’S PREWAR INTELLIGENCE ASSESSMENTS report on the NEXT TIME she sent him to Africa:
Some CPD officials could not recall how the office decided to contact the former ambassador, however, interviews and documents provided to the Committee indicate that his wife, a CPD employee, suggested his name for the trip. The CPD reports officer told Committee staff that the former ambassador’s wife “offered up his name” and a memorandum to the Deputy Chief of the CPD on February 12, 2002, from the former ambassador’s wife says, “my husband has good relations with both the PM [prime minister] and the former Minister of Mines (not to mention lots of French contacts), both of whom could possibly shed light on this sort of activity.”
It was just too bad that Valerie was so stressed that she could not remember sending her husband on a Niger trip.
But, that hasn’t kept the Plames from losing their “darling status” with the American press.
It’s just another example of your mainstream media at work.
The poor Plame-Wilson’s are really going to miss Bush.