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Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Farah's Cynical WikiLeaks Denouncement
Topic: WorldNetDaily

In his Nov. 30 column, WorldNetDaily's Joseph Farah writes:

Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., calls the so-called WikiLeaks scandal "worse than a military attack."

If that's true, it has given us an idea of how Barack Obama's administration might respond in the event of an actual military attack.

Attorney General Eric Holder has ordered a criminal investigation.

That's just what Bill Clinton did when Muslim terrorists first attacked the World Trade Center in 1993. He treated it like it was a random street crime. And the result of that massive error was the destruction of the World Trade Center and 3,000 lives eight years later in the worst attack ever perpetrated on the U.S.

But this mistake is bigger and in many ways worse that Clinton's. Because these leaks are a symptom of a national-security nightmare of Obama's own making.

Farah might have come off more sincere in denouncing the WikiLeaks leak if he wasn't paying his reporters to come through the leaked documents.

Already, Aaron Klein has posted no less than seven articles based on information found in the WikiLeaks documents.

Instead of cynically bashing Obama -- after all, if he was really opposed to the release of the WikiLeaks docs, Klein wouldn't be pawing through them for the benefit of WND -- Farah should be jumping for joy. Otherwise, Klein would be sitting in Jerusalem twiddling his thumbs and dreaming up new ways to falsely smear the president.

Posted by Terry K. at 12:06 AM EST
Updated: Wednesday, December 1, 2010 10:04 AM EST

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