Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Kerfuffle Shuffle

It's old news by now, but I wanted to address the issue that brought us the word 'kerfuffle"- the Saga of Valerie Plame. Blogger Tom Maguire has followed this issue closely from the start, and he has a very good synopsis of Robert Novak's column on his part in the story, as well as commentary and background.

As we have stated here before, the Plame kerfuffle was much ado about nothing. All of the complaints from liberals about Rove, Libby, et al. were baseless, a fact evidenced by the failure of prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald to find anyone guilty of the crime he was tasked to investigate.

It should have died out a long time ago. Maybe it will now.


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