Might WikiLeaks cause some unintended harm to diplomatic negotiations and U.S. interests around the world? Perhaps. But that's the price you pay when you and your government take us into a war based on a lie. Your punishment for misbehaving is that someone has to turn on all the lights in the room so that we can see what you're up to. You simply can't be trusted. So every cable, every email you write is now fair game. Sorry, but you brought this upon yourself. No one can hide from the truth now. No one can plot the next Big Lie if they know that they might be exposed.Maybe he's suffering from food withdrawal or something, but the delusional Moore seems to think Wikileaks would have prevented 9/11. Someone get that man a dozen doughnuts.
And that is the best thing that WikiLeaks has done. WikiLeaks, God bless them, will save lives as a result of their actions. And any of you who join me in supporting them are committing a true act of patriotism. Period.
I stand today in absentia with Julian Assange in London and I ask the judge to grant him his release. I am willing to guarantee his return to court with the bail money I have wired to said court. I will not allow this injustice to continue unchallenged.
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Envious of Assange's Publicity, Michael Moore Weighs In
Fresh off his stint at the fat farm, obese agitator Michael Moore has taken it upon himself to insinuate himself into the Wikileaks story by offering to post bail money for the odious Julian Assange. How magnanimous of him.