Thursday, April 13, 2006

White House papers show Libby was not instructed to "out" sooper dooper sekret Valerie "007" Plame

I really can't believe we're still talking about Plame and her extra-super, top secret agent status. Maybe this will help kill this whole ridiculous issue.

But the lawyers asserted that White House documents outlining what Libby was to say in conversations with reporters did not mention Plame's name. They said this supports Libby's contention that he did not participate in a campaign to damage Wilson by disclosing Plame's CIA employment or in a coverup of the episode.

And if you need a refresher on Wilson, Iraq, Niger, and Dubya's 16 words in that infamous SOTU, check out Michael Ledeen's last article over at the National Review.

As it turns out Bush, being the President of the United States and all that, gets to declassify materials for public release. What a concept. So he used this to combat lies being spread in the media about intel leading up to the war in Iraq. What I love is the insane left used to complain about how this was the most secretive administration in history, now their complaining because the president leaked declassified and released information to the public.

You can't have your cake and eat it to, moonbats...