Friday, May 06, 2005

Regarding the legal fallout over the Plame outing, Hendrik Hertzberg asks some good questions:
Then, there is the role of Robert Novak. It was Novak who outed the agent, but it is not Novak who is in trouble. Was he subpoenaed? If not, why not? If he was, and he refused to name his source, why isn’t he in the same jail-bound boat as they are? If he did name names, why the relentless pursuit of Cooper and Miller? No one knows—except Novak and the prosecutors.
But as Wolf Blitzer recently proclaimed, Bob's at least a good Catholic!

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