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  •  BOB NOVAK (4.00)
    It seems to me that Williams' statement has some important implications for the Plame thing too...
    •  How does he still have a job? (none)
      Seriously, the Sun-Times and everyone else (including old Cancelled Crossfire) should've dropped him long ago. Not that the ST is a paragon of ethics or anything...Conrad Black, cough Cough*
    •  What Plame thing? (none)
      Not the old thing? You really can't still be expecting that coverup stonewall pile of shit to turn up anything do you?
      •  Not realistically (none)
        However, Williams' statement has some major implications relating to it, don't you think?

        I don't think anyone of authority or influence will run with those implications, but well, for anyone willing to put 2 and 2 together it's right there.  Someone with access to very sensitive material fed damaging information to a conservative pundit.  A different conservative pundit is caught serving as a mouthpiece for the White House and claims he's not the only one.  It's not a solid connection, but it begs a question doesn't it?

    •  Novak the traitor (none)
      Watched "Crossfire" today (thought it was cancelled?) and listened to Novak bloviate about CBS and Rather being too slow and not going far enough in their mea-culpa. Had to wonder how Begala could resist asking Novak about the Plame affair, or even how Begala could stand being that close to such slimey evil.

      To have a right to do a thing is not at all the same as to be right in doing it

      by meade on Mon Jan 10, 2005 at 02:14:13 PM PST

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      •  They are 'Friends' (none)
        Novak and Begala are friends. Begala has more in common with Novak than with you or I. Accountability, impartiality, any of it. All of it. Anything we are looking for from Novak, Williams, or others, is just as scary to Begala and his ilk.

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