NYT’s Fabulous Post-Scriptum. . . Libby Edition!


Just go read it all — Mr. Cheney, in full regalia, and full of all that made him perhaps the least likeable politician. . . Ever.



There is no doubt in my mind that the attempt to pardon Scooter was purely quid pro quo. I am thankful that Bush 43 didn’t do so — for what ever reason.



That may be the only good news in the whole murderously sad story. Do go read it all.


“. . .George W. Bush’s refusal to pardon I. Lewis Libby at the end of his presidency caused Dick Cheney to lash out: ‘‘You are leaving a good man wounded on the field of battle. . . .”




I am truly glad to turn my back on this chapter of American Executive Branch history.

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