October 27, 2005, - 3:06 pm

I’m International, Today – BBC Radio

By Debbie Schlussel
Just did BBC Radio (the Brit version of our NPR–National Palestinian Radio; same government funding and broadcast hatred of that government, different continent), discussing Harriet Miers’ withdrawal from Supreme Court nomination consideration and the impending possible indictments of Karl Rove and Lewis Libby.
Thumbs up on the Miers’ withdrawal. Thumbs down on indictments of people who did NOT out a working undercover CIA agent.

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3 Responses

I hope all is respolved on the Valerie Plame incident.

KOAJaps on October 27, 2005 at 8:19 pm

To me, this Plame ‘scandal’ is much ado about nothing. The US has spent millions chasing this story which to me has little significance.

John Sobieski on October 28, 2005 at 9:43 am

According to the GAO, this investigation cost $723,000 in its first 15 months. I haven’t found the numbers for the rest of the time yet. For comparison, Lawrence Walsh’s investigation of Iran Contra cost $47,000,000, and Ken Starr’s investigation of Clinton cost about $80,000,000. These are the costs after the cases were completed.

hqsbud on October 30, 2005 at 11:01 pm

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