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  •  For the other half of the ribbon (none)
    tying this package with a neat bow, please read The Lie Factory from Mother Jones magazine, January/February 2004. Be sure and look at the chart, too, please.
    •  I remember that chart! (none)
      I used it in my diary for Niger Yellowcake and the Man Who Forged Too Much
      Larry Franklin, a Col. in the US Air Force, is considered the Pentagons top Iran analyst.  He attended the meeting in Rome with Ghorbanifar. He works for the Office of Special Plans and is a fervent believer in the need to invade Iran.  He is now under arrest for allegedly giving state secrets to Isreal through AIPAC.

      FBI investigators indicate that they are looking for more than one person. Michael Ledeen and Harold Rhode have to be considered primary suspects.

      This flowchart shows how the Office of Special Plans was organized.

      Note that many members are also affiliated with AEI and therefore, by extension, with AIPAC.  Their names are Wurmser, Rubin, Cheney, Perle and Gingrich.  That's in addition, of course, to Keyser Soze, er Michael Ledeen.

      One need only look at what espionage operation risked being exposed by Wilson revealing the Niger Yellowcake forgeries to realize why Rove would go so far as to 'out' Valerie Plame to discredit Joe Wilson.

      It's all starting to come together nicely now.

      •  I'm wondering if you are the one (none)
        that broke the margins with your link or box. Big Drag me me here. If it is you try preview next time or tinylink.

        *This site is slower than Bush's reaction on 9/11.*

        by Chamonix on Tue Oct 11, 2005 at 10:36:37 PM PDT

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        •  oh oh! (none)
          I'm not too savvy on this stuff.  Sorry if I screwed something up.  What is tiny link?
          •  Don't get me wrong (none)
            I love what you's just I have been with this diary since it started and when i just refreshed the margins were a mess and it made it harder to read..that's all. I suck at links and boxes and pictures also..i just know there is a thing called I believe tinylink that makes the link name/letter/numbers really short as to not break the margins..i just went looking for it and couldn't find it. Hopefully someon will come along and let you know. Don't sweat it...I am just a bit tired now and cranky. I want Fitzie to wrap it up and get America back from the Hostage takers that have been fucking us for 5 years.

            *This site is slower than Bush's reaction on 9/11.*

            by Chamonix on Tue Oct 11, 2005 at 11:40:55 PM PDT

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          • might be called (none)

            *This site is slower than Bush's reaction on 9/11.*

            by Chamonix on Tue Oct 11, 2005 at 11:41:40 PM PDT

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            •  Okay I feel really stupid (none)
              but how do I DO that?  Can you show me an example?  I now know what NOT to do lol.

              Appreciate any advice, thanks.

              •  TinyURL (none)
                Pen - I've been on this diary since the beginning as well, and I don't think it's your post that has screwed up the margins.  I just viewed the HTML source for this page and didn't see anything you did out of the ordinary.  It must be someone else, but I'm not sure who.

                Anyway, if you ever want to make a tremendously long URL into one that is manageable (especially useful in emails) go to TinyURL and they'll convert it to something that looks like this example:

                TinyURL also has a little tool that you can add to your browser links list allowing you to create a TinyURL without having to do a copy/paste.  I've never used it (new to me) but it looks like a nifty tool to have.

              •  I always have to look it up (none)
                Go to the dKos FAQ section:


                Go to embedding a link:

                Embedding a link

                You will find the directions there.

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