February 22, 2008, - 12:22 am
By Debbie Schlussel
Both of these sinister-looking individuals have admitted to spying in America.
One is a coach in a private sport. The other was a CIA and FBI agent in our government with the highest security clearance.
One spied for his team to win in private competitions between millionaires owned by billionaires, involving men in colorful outfits and tight, short pants who throw and catch an oblong ball covered in (synthetic) pigskin. Not a single person has ever been murdered by the organization on whose behalf he was spying.
The other spied on behalf of an Islamic terrorist group that has killed more Americans than any other terrorist group, save Al-Qaeda. (Oh, and that group is willing to kill if you put pigskin anywhere near it).
Guess which of these SpyGates is the subject of an extensive, ongoing investigation by at least one U.S. Senator?
Guess which one of these SpyGates has not been investigated by any member of Congress or the U.S. Senate?
This is your brain. This is your brain in the United States Government. Any questions?
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