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Do you think the White House intentionally leaked these secrets being it was a political move or not?
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  1. Which leaks? About Holder and his shady business with F&F?

    You know, where they're talking about "Fast and Furious" in an email conversation and he states that it was lingo being used, not about the program itself?

    Or about the new guy and his hit and run?

    Which leaks?
  2. riser said:
    Which leaks? About Holder and his shady business with F&F?

    You know, where they're talking about "Fast and Furious" in an email conversation and he states that it was lingo being used, not about the program itself?

    Or about the new guy and his hit and run?

    Which leaks?
    Regarding the cyber attack on Iran and the president's hit list and drone attacks.
  3. Ah.

    They're probably trying to build some momentum for him since he's doing poorly in the polls and young voters aren't excited about him anymore.

    November will be a major reality check for him.
  4. Theyve always leaked infos, every admin, but rarely at this level, nor near this quantity
  5. What exactly was released? If it was just a "Hey you know the President ordered stuxnet?" then Im not impressed, because well.... duh. There were really only two countries who could have made a virus like this with the intent to use it.

    Did he out some CIA operative or something? lol
  6. But it wasnt only stuxnet, and then theres the hit list, plus other things.
    I believe the point here is, since some are arguing against the dems current POV, that these particular leaks are of the wrong nature, and also the shear amount of them.
    Of course the republicans are also against this.
    This is a rare time where we see some of our leadership actually caring, instead of playing politics and sticking up for their guy, kudos to them
  7. It is about time some politicians care what is going on now instead of worrying what they can fill their pockets up with money and power coming from these super PACS.
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