Is he? Literally? Probably not.You are on the money Phoenix Woman. Good Job.
But he has the moral vacuity, and the cognitive dissonance, of a serial rapist. Just examine his latest piece of amoral tripe, ”Judge Walton’s Lesson“.
The money quote from Broder:This whole controversy is a sideshow — engineered partly by the publicity-seeking former ambassador Joseph Wilson and his wife and heightened by the hunger in parts of Washington to “get” Rove for something or other.Ladies and gentlemen, I ask you:
Like other special prosecutors before him, Fitzgerald got caught up in the excitement of the case and pursued Libby relentlessly, well beyond the time that was reasonable.
What sort of amorality does it take to ignore the fact that:
1) Dick Cheney outed Valerie Plame in a fit of pique over her husband’s column “What I Didn’t Find In Niger”, and:
2) Outing Valerie Plame not only destroyed her career, but obliterated the far-flung network of Middle Eastern and Iraqi field operatives and contacts she had spent years - decades - nurturing? And does anyone think that the field operatives in Iraq, once Cheney made sure the whole world knew that Valerie Plame was an undercover CIA agent, escaped the notice of the local Sunni insurgents?
Saturday, June 09, 2007
David Broder - Rapist?
I found this blog post via memeorandum under 5 Myths About Scooter and the Slammer. The blog, Mercury Rising is one I don't think I've seen before and the post, David Broder Is A Rapist is a classic.