The whole Plameout is ridiculous, as Victoria Toensing (former prosecutor and co-author of the Intelligence Identities Protection Act) noted in her WSJ column on Friday. Today, she straightens out (again) liberal columnist David Corn, co-author of Hubris, the book he wrote with Michael Isikoff about the Plameout investigation.
Corn STILL insists that Plame was a covert agent. Toensing notes that he is still wrong.
If Corn hasn't figured it out yet, he blew this one badly. Yet, he may still profit from his awful journalism if the book sells.
What a country.