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Do try to keep up, Maw.

Erik
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From the Wall Street Journal editorial.

"Media chants aside, there's no evidence that Karl Rove broke any laws in telling reporters that Valerie Plame may have played a role in her husband's selection for a 2002 mission to investigate reports that Iraq was seeking uranium ore in Niger. But it appears Rove didn't even know her name and had only heard about her work at Langley from other journalists. On the no underlying crime point moreover no less than the New York Times..."

This is the key part of the Journal editorial.

"On the no underlying crime point moreover no less than the New York Times and Washington Post now agree that there hasn't been a crime committed here, so do the 36 major news organizations that filed a legal brief in March aimed at keeping Mr. Cooper and the New York Times' Judith Miller out of jail."


So...the new spin now from CNN is Rove lied to Bush and so can't be trusted and should be fired. lol...Bush will NOT fire Rove, but let's say it came to that. Rove will not go anywhere. He will stay on Bush's payroll. He's too valuable a person outsmarting the Democrats time after time after time again. :o)





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