The Enemy Press NYT and AP suffered another setback today as they accidentally reported that Karl Rove told an administration advisor about his interview with Mr Cooper "wasn't to divulge Plame's identity but to caution Cooper against certain allegations Plame's husband was making, according to legal professionals familiar with Rove's testimony."
''What it says is, Karl Rove wasn't the leaker, he was actually the recipient of the information not the provider,'' Republican National Committee chairman Ken Mehlman said on Fox News. ''So there are probably a lot of folks in Washington who have prejudged this, who have rushed to judgment who are trying to smear Karl Rove.''
Haw! Haw! These buffoons are so consumed with hatred for the man that they will fall for any story so long as it demonizes him.
But wait, there's so much more. The increasingly shrill Rep Pelosi still demands hearings: "...the fact that a criminal investigation was under way did not prevent extensive hearings from being held on other, much less significant matters....''
I can think of nothing less significant in a time of war than to worry about who "exposed" the identity of a former, that is "no longer a covert agent" to the press. Especially when it now appears the press did it themselves. Neither is there anyone less significant in Congress than Rep Pelosi.