Quotes of the Day (7/19/05)
"Of course, you are going to be concerned if a law was broken. But what is it that somebody (Karl Rove) did wrong if they didn't break the law?'"
Victoria Toensing, Republican lawyer who helped write the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982, explaining that George W. Bush is now saying what he meant to say when the investigation of Valerie Plame's outing was launched. [And I'm Petunia Pig.)
"(B)y overreacting in panic to (former Ambassador Joseph Wilson's) single op-ed piece of two years ago, the White House has opened a Pandora's box it can't slam shut."
Frank Rich, writing in The New York Times. [Orwell was right: Official lies reveal themselves, especially when war is involved.]
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