If my memory serves, this is only my second post on the whole Plame affair. Mostly because we have known from the start that there was no crime committed. Last night Joe Wilson, who was keeping a low profile on CNN’s Wolf Blitzer show, confirmed what anyone with a brain knew.
BLITZER: But the other argument that’s been made against you is that you’ve sought to capitalize on this extravaganza, having that photo shoot with your wife, who was a clandestine officer of the CIA, and that you’ve tried to enrich yourself writing this book and all of that.
What do you make of those accusations, which are serious accusations, as you know, that have been leveled against you.
WILSON: My wife was not a clandestine officer the day that Bob Novak blew her identity.
The law clearly states that to be convicted for blowing a CIA agent’s cover, the person must first be an agent (duh!) and that the person blowing the cover must know they are doing it. I’ll say this slow for the liberals (and frameones) reading this…
If she was not an agent then she could not be outted. And you don’t have to take my word for it, Joe Wilson himself says so.
Wilson’s quote shows his duplicity. “My wife was not a clandestine officer the day that Bob Novak blew her identity.” HARDLY! If she was not a covert op, then she had no identity to be blown! The whole thing is a liberal fantasy that Wilson is riding for his 15 minutes of fame.
The only thing left is the obvious question….
If Chuckie Schumer, John McCain and Joe Wilson were in the same room and someone turned on a T.V. camera, which one would jump in front of it first?