August 08, 2007

No Way

From Newsvine: Longtime Spy Decides to Unmask
WASHINGTON — One of the CIA's top spooks has come out of the shadows.

With little fanfare, Jose Rodriguez, who heads the National Clandestine Service, had his cover lifted about a month ago…

Rodriguez is the most important man in the U.S. spy game whose name you probably never knew. When he was mentioned publicly before now, he was referred to only as "Jose."
Oh, right, because there are so few Jose Rodriguezes in the world, using his full name would have made it impossible to maintain his anonymity.

Meanwhile, on Romney Watch: Romney Speaks Up For Sons
BETTENDORF — Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Wednesday defended his five sons' decision not to enlist in the military, saying they're showing their support for the country by "helping me get elected."
Romney continued: "See, on a scale of one to patriotism, you've got fighting in Iraq at the top, then helping me get elected, then buying a Buick, all the way down to wearing flimsy beach footwear, eating tofu on the Fourth of July, and visiting Canada at the bottom. Fucking Canada."

Romney then exploded in a shower of red, white and blue confetti.

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