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Obama's Pick for CIA Deputy Director Hosted Readings on "Erotic Nights" at Her Bookstore

 

June 14, 2013

 

 

 

David Petraeus wrote sexy e-mails as CIA chief but the agencys new No. 2 hosted readings of steamy works at her bookstore on Erotic Nights.

 

Avril Haines, 43 President Obamas choice to become deputy director of the spy agency will be the highest-ranking woman ever to serve in the CIA.

 

Her past as co-owner of Adrians Book Cafe in Baltimore came into focus yesterday as Washington tried to learn more about one of the countrys new top spies.

 

Haines was 24 and had dropped out of a graduate program in physics at Johns Hopkins in 1994 when she and her 29-year-old pilot boyfriend renovated a boarded-up strip club and turned it into the regular meeting place for fans of erotica.

 

H/T invisible furry hand

http://reason.com/24-7/2013/06/14/obamas-pick-for-cia-deputy-director-host

 

Zero experience in the work appointed for. But lots of experience in perverted literature.

 

 

Why am I not surprised?

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Yeah. Someone with zero experience in espionage, that specializes in perverted literature is just who we need leading our CIA. :wacko:

 

If that were all, I'd say it was a great appointment--but I worry about anything she may have done that made people think she could do the job well.

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Yeah. Someone with zero experience in espionage, that specializes in perverted literature is just who we need leading our CIA. :wacko:

Uh...you are talking about an event...maybe an hour a month..and 20 years ago. Specialized? Uh...no. That the source never BOTHERS to otherwise say what she does,why she'd get the job...was conveniently..skipped. So....?

 

The last 2 guys to be the TOP spot...had no direct history in espionage...and...mostly the post gets filled by ADMINISTRATORS...not spies.

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Uh...you are talking about an event...maybe an hour a month..and 20 years ago. Specialized? Uh...no. That the source never BOTHERS to otherwise say what she does,why she'd get the job...was conveniently..skipped. So....?

 

The last 2 guys to be the TOP spot...had no direct history in espionage...and...mostly the post gets filled by ADMINISTRATORS...not spies.

General David Petraeus, no experience in that area?

 

Surely you are not that stupid! But then, maybe you are.. :rolleyes:

 

Military Operations:

 

Petraeus' first operation was "Operation Uphold Democracy" in Haiti in 1995, where he served as NATO's chief operations officer. From 1999 to 2000, he served as assistant division commander of the 82nd Airborne Division and commanding general of the combined joint task force in Kuwait. From 2001 to 2002, Petraeus was assistant chief of staff for operations in Bosnia and as deputy commander, United States Interagency Counter Terrorism Task Force. From 2002 to 2004, he served as commanding general, 101st Airborne Division in Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2007, he became the NATO commander in Iraq.

 

NATO Commander (Iraq):

 

As command general of the Multi-National Force in Iraq, Petraeus gained notoriety as the architect of the Bush Administration's highly successful "surge" of 20,000 newly deployed U.S. troops to Iraq. Military brass have since called the strategy the "Petraeus Doctrine." In late 2007, Petraeus caused some controversy when he told Congress that U.S. involvement in Iraq could last for years, but most pundits expressed admiration for the honesty of his reports and for refusing to use "victory" or "defeat" to describe the effort. In September 2008, he relinquished command of NATO forces to General Raymond T. Odierno.

 

U.S. Central Commander:

 

In October 2008, Petraeus took the reins of the Florida-based U.S. Central Command. As USCENTCOM commander, Petraeus was primarily focused on Middle East issues, particularly Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan. One of his major challenges, however, was improving international relations with Israel. Petraeus completely overhauled CENTCOM's approach to counter-terrorism, advocating for a more comprehensive approach that included counter-insurgency techniques and on-the-ground interaction with citizens of Afghanistan, Iraq and other war-torn nations.

 

NATO Commander (Afghanistan):

 

Following a 2010 Rolling Stone article in which NATO Commander Gen. Stanley McChrystal spoke unfavorably and insultingly about the Barack Obama administration, McChrystal was relieved of his duties. President Obama nominated Petraeus as the new commander, and on July 4, 2010, he assumed command of U.S. forces and the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. The impact was immediate, with Patraeus issuing a command directive calling for the prohibition of strikes in the region if civilian casualties are identifiable or unknown. As with Iraq, Petraeus has focused the effort on local military cooperation.

 

http://usconservatives.about.com/od/thinkersanddoers/p/A-Profile-Of-Gen-David-Petraeus.htm

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