Sunday, August 09, 2009

Releasing the CIA Assassins: Drones on the Attack and Where is Pfc. Bergdahl?

Earlier I commented on this site here and here, that if any harm should come to Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl, then the assassins should be sent in.

The CIA assassin program using drones.

WASHINGTON — Despite protests from other countries, the United States is expanding a top-secret effort to kill suspected terrorists with drone-fired missiles as it pursues an increasingly decentralized Al Qaeda, U.S. officials say.

The CIA's failed Jan. 13 attempt to assassinate Al Qaeda second-in-command Ayman Zawahiri in Pakistan was the latest strike in the "targeted killing" program, a highly classified initiative that officials say has broadened as the network splintered and fled Afghanistan.

The CIA's use of the highly classified assassin program using drones was just used under the Obama administration.. Why? To get the bad guys...

And the question remains, where is Pfc. Bergdahl?


AFGHANISTAN – Its been more than three weeks since any one has seen or heard from Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl – the American soldier who went missing in Eastern Afghanistan earlier this summer.

Sunday, Maulvi Sangin, a top Taliban commander told the AP “that Taliban is waiting for a response to its demands before deciding the American's fate.”

Sangin did not say what the Taliban’s demands were – but in the past the Taliban has said Pfc. Bergdahl would be killed unless the U.S. stops air strikes in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Next time you hear the Democrats on the Hill and the CIA Director talk about a CIA Assassin program, just remind the Democrats and Panetta, that the CIA Assassin program just worked.

Mr. Holder, are you paying attention yet? The investigation on waterboarding will sink Obama's ship. And Conyers won't be around to bail out the sinking ship.

Conyers is too busy bailing out his own sinking ship called the U.S.S. Monica Conyers battleship. And you know what they say about the Captain...

They're the last one to go down with the ship....

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