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Friday, June 30, 2006

Yeah, What He Said...

Byron York explains why the New York Times will never pay the price for it's perhaps treasonous destruction of a valuable anti-terrorist program.
A valuable program was compromised and real damage was done to the war on terrorism. And what have we heard from the people who so loudly demanded an independent investigation of the exposure of CIA employee Valerie Plame Wilson’s identity? Not much.

Has Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) pressed the Justice Department for a special counsel?

Has the Times called for a vigorous leak investigation?

And where is the prominent Bush critic Joseph Wilson?

The reason you’re not seeing these people spring into action is that this case presents no opportunity for them to gain advantage in their various fights with the Bush administration.
Maybe if they'd named it "The Very, Very, Secret and Deep Undercover Valerie Plame Honorary Terrorist Finance Tracking Program" and let Joseph Wilson take a "fact finding" trip to Brussels? Nah, Keller et. al. would still put their petty politics above their country's national security.


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