July 18, 2005

Splendid summary...

You probably already know about FatSteve's link-filled timeline of the Plame/Wilson kerfluffle, but if not, consider it a don't-miss.

Or just give the whole matter a miss, since it was obviously bogus from the beginning. The person who did the most to "out" Plame was her husband. Suppose your spouse was coverrrrt CIA, do you publish a controversial op-ed in the NYT, one that's going to focus the world's attention on yourself? And when Novak published his column, which merely said Plame worked for the CIA, no one paid any attention until Wilson screamed to the world that his wife was an agent and had been exposed.

Posted by John Weidner at July 18, 2005 10:13 AM
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