Hits and Misses: Nov. 30, 2010

Hits and Misses: Nov. 30, 2010

There are 3 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Nov 30, 2010, titled Hits and Misses: Nov. 30, 2010. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

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Berkeley, CA

#1 Nov 30, 2010
I first thought the second "HIT" was a thumbs up for Hillary Clinton comparing Wikileaks to an attack on the US and other nations, but then read on and it seemed to turn into support for the leaks. How can you support the leaks when one of them exposed the identities of 100 Afghans who have supported US and NATO efforts in their country? How can you support putting those people on a Taliban death list?
Bad Hit

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#2 Nov 30, 2010
Yes, any support for Wikileaks is support for the realease of classified information which could put both our troups and out nation at risk. Even the left-leaning San Francisco Chronicle condemned it with today's editorial, which concluded:

"The danger here is that U.S. officials will swing too far the other way and that intelligence agencies will be afraid or unable to share data with each other. As we saw on 9/11, agencies have to be able to communicate with each other in order to prevent terrorist attacks."

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Santa Cruz, CA

#3 Nov 30, 2010
Bad Hit wrote:
Yes, any support for Wikileaks is support for the realease of classified information which could put both our troups and out nation at risk. Even the left-leaning San Francisco Chronicle condemned it with today's editorial, which concluded:
"The danger here is that U.S. officials will swing too far the other way and that intelligence agencies will be afraid or unable to share data with each other. As we saw on 9/11, agencies have to be able to communicate with each other in order to prevent terrorist attacks."
That's right. Be afraid. Be very, very afraid. Always afraid.

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