We have been advised by THE morality police on this site, to stop talking about the latest CIA affair thingy and focus on the issues on Iran. But how can we while our title carries our guilt? Iranian-American.
The American part of us can not let this exciting, developing, and twisting story to just go away. Believe me, Police jan I tried but every channel I flip to these days, I am finding the he(s) and she(s) and their R-rated story. ( rated R for sex and CIA) ..
The American part of me is mad that while our young soldiers are being killed for the cooperation wars and oil money, their FBI agent and high generals (yes there is another one too) are having fun e-mailing, flirting, lovemaking and sending shirtless pictures as of "NOW"... Please note: the story is still developing cause it is pretty much windy out there; so who knows may be some private parts were scanned and sent too ... lol
As a person who can't believe in anything that comes out of an CIA scandal to be just a pure coincidence, I have to agree with what Eugene Robertson said today on the Washington-post.
"In the end, this may be a simple story: A woman gets a series of disturbing messages and asks an FBI agent she knows for help. A few months later, the nation’s chief spy — and perhaps its greatest living military hero — comes crashing down" If you believe in coincidences.
If you don’t, there has to be a foreign spymaster involved, an updated version of John le Carre’s diabolical Karla, an unseen figure manipulating these characters like puppets toward subtle and devious ends. Maybe I see the game that’s being played. Maybe I know what this is all about. But if I told you, I’d have to kill you."
“There comes a time in everybody’s life when you’re faced with a choice,” said Comedy Central’s “Daily Show” host Jon Stewart, kicking off Monday night’s show. “Whether you would like to have sex on your desk at work — or remain employed.”
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