>>July 14, 2003. All Novak reports is that the wife of former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson is "an Agency operative on weapons of mass destruction."
Novak has said repeatedly that he was not told, and that he did not know, that Plame was — or had ever been — a NOC, an agent with Non-Official Cover. He has emphatically said that had he understood that she was any sort of secret agent, he would never have named her.<<
Right. And all this hullabaloo must be because you're the only person in the world who realizes that nothing happened and everybody else is off on an oh-so-obvious wild goose chase.
I've got a really good idea: why don't you show this article to those investigating the Plame case, I'm sure they'd be thrilled to get it because they apparently haven't read it and still believe a big pack of lies that seems to have fooled everybody but you.
You remind me of a coworker who defends Bush by stressing that WMD WERE found in Iraq. When you ask him for his proof he brings up some old arsenal of obsolete ordnance that was already known about and which was largely useless. This was based on the statements of Rick Santorum. The State Dept even said it was not the WMD the administration was looking for. But to this fellow, it's the proof that vindicates Bush whether people want to accept or not.
You can't talk to people that willfully blind and I suspect that goes for you as well. You know the truth and the rest of the world is in darkness. Never mind that everything you've brought up has been pored over again and again and even Bush's defenders don't rely on it because it means nothing. YOU know the truth, right?