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I could write my ex-cia mormon housewife who uses mommy skills as well as cia skills to solve problems without worrying about the fact that the main reason she quit her job at the cia was conflicts between her job and her beliefs that I couldn't explain but that Mormons would understand--and that form a central part of the emotion part of the plot versus the action part of the plot.
Why must we rely on one special prosecutor, and a few brave ex-generals and ex-cia officers to save our democracy?
Heck Bush listens to that ex-cia analyst and AEI fraud Gerecht aka Shirley that hid in the back of a truck in the middle east, and we all know how much you can see from the back of a truck, right?
The man in Atlata speaking truth to power to Rummy was Ray McGovern ex-cia and a hero.
The man in Atlanta speaking truth to power to Rummy was Ray McGovern ex-cia and a hero.
FACT: STOCK WATCH - Buz (Buzzy) Chronchard (ex-cia chief) placed put options through Deutsche Bank against UA and AA (record-high placements) prior to 911 - "stock watch (LOST) the records".
If the media did their job, we wouldn’t need comedians and ex-cia officers to ask these questions.
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