Happy Fitzmas to the LibsHope you're feeling good. That nothing quite like that special schadenfreude feeling.
The pursuit of justice by an overzealous special prosecutor is a wonderful thing. Finally, justice for the Clinton years.
Been gone all day - heard the news early afternoon on Rush - can't say I'm surprised except by the high number of guilty counts, as the jury questions of recent days indicated that a guilty verdict was coming.
I'll post on the verdict when I've caught up on the details.
Still catching up, but here's a tidbit to chew on:
"The trial has demystified the priestly practices of Washington journalism," said Roy Peter Clark, a senior scholar at the Poynter Institute, a school and resource center for working journalists. "I think we'll see prosecutors going after journalists more often."And it couldn't happen to a nicer group of people.
Of course, the priestly practices of Washingtonian journalists - and their biases - have long been evident to people in the blogosphere. Although it's true that this trial made the practices of several members of the profession of journalism a complete laughing stock.
More: from the inimitable David Shuster of Hardball fame.
as Libby was leaving, MSNBC's David Shuster called out, "Mr. Libby, are you willing to go to jail to protect Vice President Cheney?"What a ghoul.