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5) Why wasn’t Wilson required to sign a confidentiality agreement?
6) Were his various op-eds vetted at CIA?
7) Who else, beside Vallely and his wife, knew Plame was a CIA employee, when did they know it, and from whom?
8) Who was Bob Novak’s source? Was it Wilson? Pavitt? Someone else at CIA?
There are hundreds of other questions that should be answered publicly. Let’s get ol’ Joe in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee, under oath and with the television cameras on. Let’s see if he does as well as George Galloway did in front of Norm Coleman’s Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. I have no doubt he’ll fail to rise to even that standard.p> strong>TAS contributing editor Jed Babbin is the author of Inside the Asylum img src= “http://www.assoc-amazon.com/e/ir?t=theamericansp-20&l=ur2&o=1” width=”1” height=”1” border=”0” alt=”” class=”c1”>: Why the UN and Old Europe Are Worse Than You Think (Regnery, 2004). br> /strong> /p>
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