Thursday, November 17, 2005

Joe Wilson criticizing conduct?: Bwahahaha

Good ol' Joe "never met a lie I couldn't tell" Wilson is back! Now, the man with no, zero, nada, zip reputation for proper conduct questions the conduct of Bob Woodward.
Joseph Wilson, the husband of outed CIA operative Valerie Plame, called on Thursday for an inquiry by The Washington Post into the conduct of journalist Bob Woodward, who repeatedly criticized the leak investigation without disclosing his own involvement.
Wouldn't it be loverly if the WaPo announced it was going to do an in depth investigation on the conduct of Joe Wilson? Talk about repeatedly criticizing something without disclosing his own involvement! ... Or the involvement of the person who conveniently got him involved, twice as happens, and, coincidently, happens to be his WIFE!

More: Common Sense Junction has more on Woodward and Wilson and I would too, but the wifey is kicking me off the 'puter. I waiting for the LNH transcripts anyway ... I can't believe they went a whole segment without metioning Walter Pincus. Worse, I can't believe LNH didn't have Tom Maguire on the show (that's the first thing I thought when they atarted it ... oooh I hope they got ....) Start here and scroll up!

Even more: Dantes at Chateau D'if has a similar take and if you want to take a stoll down Nostalgia Lane, here's a column rereleased by the venerable Mark Steyn. (Love that first line.)

Back to Dantes for a moment. I agree wholeheartedly that Woodward should spill the beans. I really want the dots connected after Pincus ... how many degrees are there until we connect to Russert and were the degrees of separation to the tuxedo suited reporters at Penguin News less that 5 digits?

It would be funny if the only one in the beltway crowd who didn't know Plame was common knowledge was, well, Valerie.

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