Friday, July 25, 2003

Mark Kleiman has lots of stuff on the Valerie Plame affair, she who is the wife of Ambassador Joseph Wilson, and who was outed as a CIA agent by the Shrubbery. His latest concerns an explanation for the facts of this case, and the facts appear to be so whacked out that no news organization wants to pick it up (maybe because it doesn't make for an easy script). In Kleiman's explanation, which tries to account for the Shrubbery's extreme penchant for secrecy, the administration official that outed Plame thought she wasn't undercover and was only trying to suggest that Wilson wasn't manly because he needed his wife to get work.

Or something like that. Go read it.

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