Will the Media apologize to Bush?

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  1. Justice

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    No. Of course not.

    Newsweek is now running a story that Richard Armitage, not Karl Rove or President Bush, was the leaker in the Valeria Plame case. Although previously a member of the Bush administration (until 2004) Richard Armitage is considered a mederate in Bush's cabinet like Colin Powell, chosen because of previous experience as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense.

    However this completely destroys the Democrats claims that either President Bush or Karl Rove conspired to out Valerie Plame as a CIA operative to get back at him because of his anti-war stance.

    And it goes on and on. However, looking at several left wing blogs you can already see how they are trying to cover their asses on this, making it sound like Karl Rove may not have leaked the info, but he was still responsible for the leaking.

    But this is very typical of the Democratic Party and the Liberal Media these days. We saw an instant conviction of Pres. Bush before any of the facts were known. We saw day in and day out coverage of this case with constant Republican bashing by prominent Democrats.

    But how many of these people will offer apologies to either Karl Rove or Bush? Well, there's no reason to. The damage has already been done.


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