By Cassandra D
I'm waiting (with breath unbated) for the New York Times-bashing crowd, so quick to cry "Treason!" at the publication of widely assumed tactics, to be as vocal in their outcry against President Bush, Congressional Republicans, and the right wing blogosphere for their rush to publish unexamined Iraqi documents that turned out to tell the terrorists how to build a nuclear bomb. In Arabic, no less. All so that the war's cheerleaders could try to prove that we were right to invade Iraq.
Sen. Rick Santorum took credit for putting the information out there, even as he acknowledged not knowing what was in the documents.
Where is the outrage from the right? And why isn't this all over the news? And where's the "thank you" to the New York Times, apparently responsible for getting the administration to pull down the website after warnings from U.S. scientists went unheeded?
"We'll fight them over there so that we can tell them how to fight us over here." Heckuva job, Mr. President!