Thursday, March 06, 2008

At least Canada can find the leaker

Undercover CIA operative's identity is leaked, and years later the Bush administration can't seem to figure out who did it (though they can deny the guy who lied about who leaked it lied about it).

Took the Canadian government only a week only a week to find the aid who leaked an internal memo on their impressions on what an Obama economist may have said about NAFTA.

And lost in the press hubbub about "Oh, noes, Obama really isn't against NAFTA" was this little gem:

Brodie allegedly also discussed musings by Obama's Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, saying people from her camp also told Canadians to take her NAFTA concerns with a grain of salt.

Personally, I'm saying that nothing coming out of these meetings can be taken with a grain of salt about either Obama or Clinton, at this rate. Only that there's something hinky going on within the conservative Canadian administration to muck with the US presidential election.

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