>Her source was Vice President Dick Cheney’s chief of staff, I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby, reported the Times, which supported her contention that her source should be protected
I’m a little confused. Did Scooter tell the reporter who the leak was, or is Scotter the leak?
Here is yet ANOTHER reason to be outraged with the Bush Administration. Karl Rove commits treason and possibly this guy does too, yet they still walk around free? Plus, what’s this shit about protecting the source? That’s only for mob informants, tobacco whistleblowers, and others who might face a violent retaliation. It’s not for people who commit treason or other crimes! So, if Joe Schmoe kills someone, but there is little physical evidence connecting him to the crime, he can confess to a reporter and be protected?
Maybe my logic is off, but it seems to me that criminals need to ditch the priests/therapists and head to your nearest journalist.
>It’s fucked up.
>This came out late last week–let’s wait to see how much damage will be done. Fitzgerald hasn’t published his findings yet.
>And can someone tell me why Robert Novak isn’t in jail? It’s not like someone put a gun to his head and said blab the name of a CIA agent