Tuesday, June 13, 2006


No Fitzmas This Year

The "culture of corruption" Democratic talking point takes another major hit.

This hardly resolves the Valerie Plame case, but in removing Karl Rove from crosshairs of a possible indictment, it distances the president from the "outiing of the CIA agent." Of course, the VP is still in the middle of it, but the White House doesn't have to worry about Bush's top adviser having to battle an indictment all summer -- which would also, of course, have necessitated his resignation.

This is now the White House on something of nice "winning" over the
last couple of weeks.

The flip side of this is that also strikes something of a psychological blow to liberals and Democrats who were eagerly anticipating a special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald
"Fitzmas" present in a Rove indictment. Alas, it looks instead like June lump of coal.

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