Monday, November 29, 2010
Now isn't this a revolting development? Documents released by Wikileaks uncover some rather awkward communiques between diplomats and their government contacts. You've heard the same news that I have, so I won't reiterate, but if this was really done in the name of war protest, all it does is huck gumballs into the the best avenue for averting war, namely diplomacy.
This speaks most unwelcome volumes about the security of such documents. Some puke just downloaded them and walked off a military installation with the goods in his pocket.
I believe officials who claim this could put people serving on our behalf overseas in danger. I fond nothing heroic or commendable about it at all. If the Army Private alleged to have been the source of this avalanche of documents is convicted, I hope they throw the book at him. Actually, I hope they hang him by his balls.
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