Monday, July 03, 2006


Leaks that objectively undermine the war effort — which definitionally means putting peoples' lives at greater risk — are necessary in order to live in a free country. But alleged leaks of Valerie Plame's name are so beyond the pale they must be prosecuted at all costs.

Classic indeed:

Let’s turn to the MTP transcript and watch Bill Bennett advocating a tyranny replace our Constitution:

All right, now you’ve got, you’ve got, you’ve got three people on one side, you’ve got me on the other side. Let me just, let me just state my position. It’s not time to break out the champagne and the Pulitzers ... The difference is, the government was elected. People may not like the Bush administration, but they were elected and they are entitled to due consideration on these matters ... Is it wrong for the government to go after the press when the press has gone too far?

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