Thursday, August 31, 2006

Good Plamegate Links at National Review

Byron York has an excellent column at National Review, noting that Joe Wilson and Valerie Plame have no intention of adding Richard Armitage to their lawsuit. Which, of course, just provides more evidence that their lawsuit has no purpose other than to attempt to injure the Bush Administration.

Cliff May analyzes David Corn's unusual role in the Plame matter, as it seems clear that Joe Wilson "leaked" his wife's supposedly covert status to Corn early on. May writes "It would be good for an investigative reporter to look into all this but I guess Michael Isikoff is disqualified since he decided to write a book about the Wilson/Plame affairs with David Corn as his co-author. What could Michael have been thinking?"

And Kate O'Beirne wrote my favorite Corner post of the day, wondering why the same members of the media who have endlessly staked out the homes of Karl Rove and Scooter Libby aren't currently in Richard Armitage's driveway. Armitage has yet to make a firsthand statement regarding his role as the Plamegate leaker.


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