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  •  i don't get that one thing (4.00)
    how does Judy Miller know if Libby told Cheney about his meetings with her?  Did she ask him?  How could she definitively say that she knows that Libby didn't clear his meetings with her with Cheney?  That is either complete bs, or something isn't right.
    •  something stinks, alright (none)
      Good point. And look carefully at that sentence. She only says that the answer to the specific question, which she provides as a single example, of whether "Libby indicated if Cheney knew" of his interviews "was no." She doesn't say what her other answers to questions about Cheney were.
    •  that wasn't the question (none)
      which was if Libby INDICATED (or said to her) anything about it.  Her answer of "no" does not address the question beynd what Libby said to her.

      Those who can, do. Those who can do more, TEACH!

      by teacherken on Sun Oct 16, 2005 at 06:09:07 AM PDT

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      •  correct..... (none)
        and I'm sure (though Judy didn't write about it) that Fitzgerald, or the GJ followed up that question with, "Did you ask him about that?"

        We have to keep in mind that this "story" is exactly that.  Judy wrote it.  She has no source but herself.  She has no obligation to tell the truth.  

        She DOES have this final chance to

        1. Throw us some bones
        2. Shoot some subtle threats at her conspiracy partners (think Cheney and the "I was in Jackson Hole" line).
        3. Get the American public excited, by whetting their appetites, about her new $1.2m book.

        can you spell  s-e-l-f  i-n-t-e-r-e-s-t?

        If Jesus Christ came back today and saw what was being done in his name, he'd never stop throwing up... - Hannah and Her Sisters

        by AlyoshaKaramazov on Sun Oct 16, 2005 at 10:55:43 AM PDT

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