Fat Steve's Blatherings

Monday, August 01, 2005

This is Rich

      The New York Times and Judith Miller are protecting the public's right to know, correct? That's why they won't discuss her source for her Nadagate reporting . . .

      Wait a minute.  Was she reporting on the Iraq/uranium story?  On Wilson?  On anything?  The Times won't say!:
      In e-mail messages this week, Bill Keller, the executive editor of The New York Times, and George Freeman, an assistant general counsel of the newspaper, declined to address written questions about whether Ms. Miller was assigned to report about Mr. Wilson's trip, whether she tried to write a story about it, or whether she ever told editors or colleagues at the newspaper that she had obtained information about the role played by Ms. Wilson.

      I guess they're protecting our right to be kept in ignorance.  Something that's especially important when the Times is the ones who don't want us to know something.

THE HOUSE OF SAUD MUST BE DESTROYED — AND WILL BE!

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