Saturday, December 4, 2010

Mike Huckabee to be appointed to new GOP-Gestapo post

Mike Huckabee to be appointed to the new leader of the GOP-Gestapo.  Mike Huckabee wants to EXECUTE Private First Class Bradley E. Manning {& Julian Assange} for Exposing the Truth.  In an era where we have no news, only Opinion, Propoganda and Commentaries - Mike Huckabee "Can't handle the Truth"

To Quote Huckabee:
“They’ve put American lives at risk,” Huckabee said. “They put relationships that will take decades to rebuild at risk. They knew full well that they were handling sensitive documents, they were entrusted. And anyone who had access to that level of information was not only a person who understood what their rules were, but they also signed under oath a commitment that they would not violate. They did. … Any lives they endangered, they’re personally responsible for and the blood is on their hands.”         

So Huckabee could be talking about Bush, Cheney, Rove and Rumsfeld who outed Valerie Plame a covert CIA agent.  Of course, the motivation of these GOP leaders was not to reveal the truth and illegal activity but for 'political revenge' against her husband Joe Wilson, who took out a 1 page add in the NY Times to expose the Lies George Bush presented in his State of the Union address. 

On the Reality side of Government responsiveness
The Obama administration called the release "reckless and dangerous" and stated that the information "put at risk not only the cause of human rights but the lives and work of these individuals" and expressed concern people who work with the U.S. overseas will be the victims of retaliation once WikiLeaks identifies them.[8]
So why doesn't President Barack Obama create a more active role in managing his administration?!?!
1) Announce a new U.S.Gov -Whistleblower Division within the Department of Justice, to gather evidence and take depositions from whistleblowers.

2) Work with Wikileaks to channel evidence to the U.S. Gov.- Whistleblower Division, under a six month publication deferral.

Under most U.S. federal whistleblower statutes, in order to be considered a whistleblower, the federal employee must have reason to believe his or her employer has violated some law, rule or regulation; testify or commence a legal proceeding on the legally protected matter; or refuse to violate the law.
In cases where whistleblowing on a specified topic is protected by statute, U.S. courts have generally held that such whistleblowers are protected from retaliation.[5] However, a closely divided U.S. Supreme Court decision, Garcetti v. Ceballos (2006) held that the First Amendment free speech guarantees for government employees do not protect disclosures made within the scope of the employees' duties.

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