So, anyone who could back up your point can't back up your point. Their silence about this problem is evidence that it is a problem.cphite wrote:No. We wouldn't expect that at all. We would expect them to do exactly what they are doing, which is to decline comment.
Of course, apparently no one with extensive experience in the intelligence community agrees with you, but what do they know? I'm sure you've got a way better grasp on this situation than veterans with twenty+ years of experience.
I should totally take your word over theirs.
The media did not leak the information. The media only told us the information has been leaked; they have refused to say what this information actually was.cphite wrote:To put it in simpler terms: The whole reason the president was a fucking idiot for blurting this stuff out was that having it out there puts people in danger. You don't fix that problem by blurting it out to an even larger audience - especially if that larger audience includes the people you're worried about.
You have no clue regarding what is and isn't responsible in this situation.cphite wrote:And then, when time has passed, maybe you consider going public. A few days isn't responsible.
You're basing all of this on your gut, and ignoring all the experts. But yeah, maybe you're onto something.