Tuesday, July 12, 2005

NY Slimes

Does anyone honestly believe that the New York Times would insist that its reporter, Judith Miller, rot in jail to protect her source who leaked the name of Valerie Plame if that source were actually Karl Rove? Couldn't the Times release Miller's notes just as easily as they did Cooper's? Of course they could. Why would the NYT go to such lengths to protect Mr. Rove on the one hand while attacking him, calling for his dismissal on their front page, on the other hand? They are practically screaming for this man's head on a stick on today's NYT front page. They insult our intelligence. They must think we're morons! The only people engaging in a cover-up are the New York Times! This little "mystery" can be solved right now if they would just cooperate with Fitzgerald and the ongoing federal investigation and REVEAL THEIR SOURCE. But no, they can’t do that, for the same reason Jayson Blair couldn’t reveal his sources. The NYT is a fraud and they fabricated this story from beginning to end all in yet another attempt to bring down a presidency. They chose to take the word of a pathological liar as gospel (as did ABC, NBC, CBS & CNN) as they created this "scandal" one year ago. Their source is none other than Joe Wilson himself, and revealing that would make the NY Slimes an accessory. You reap what you sow.

UPDATE: John at Powerline nails it. And to quote Danegerus:
"The NYTimes is condemning Rove for telling the truth while their own NYTimes reporter is in jail for NOT telling the truth."

"As NYTimes reporter Judith Miller is in jail for NOT revealing her source then it can't be Karl Rove."
As I said, the NYT must think we're morons. Most likely, Judtih Miller is in jail because her testimony would exonerate the Bush Administration and ruin the New York Times.
Give them enough rope...
All we need now is a tree.

UPDATE II: Looks like the NY Times is already backpedaling:
"...it looks as if this scandal is about a spy who was not endangered, a whistle-blower who did not blow the whistle and was not smeared, and a White House official who has not been fired for a felony that he did not commit. And so far the only victim is a reporter who did not write a story about it."
This after calling for Rove's head on a platter from their front page just four days ago. 'Nadagate' indeed. If only it were all about nothing. It's not. It's about manufacturing "news" and telling us morons what to think. It is certainly not about protecting national security, as the NY Times has demonstrated many times in the past how eager they are to out CIA operatives whenever they get the chance.


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