Are members suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder or pre-plamegate indictment anxiety?

One person writes a rant about our military and sets off a chain of events that are still rippling the pond. Oh well.

Here’s one piece of advice: One diary doesn’t represent this site or its culture. No one can make you angry unless you let yourself get angry. It takes two people to start a flamewar. And someone, somewhere, said something about turning the other cheek.

In any case, Judy Miller talks to Fitzgerald again tomorrow, “a discrepancy between the grand jury testimony of Karl Rove and Time Magazine reporter Matthew Cooper is the reason Rove will testify again” and Cheney is cancelling speaking engagements.

And as Daniel Schorr points out:

Could this go higher? The prosecutor interviewed President Bush and Vice President Cheney at some length. It is not publicly known if they are implicated.

It may be remembered that the Watergate grand jury wanted to indict President Nixon for obstruction of justice. When advised that a sitting president could not be prosecuted, the grand jury named him as an unindicted coconspirator.

Sorting out flamewars is sometimes a part of my job, but it is not one of my keen interests.

This is:

It’s of keen interest to me to see whether or not we can get Karl Rove frog-marched out of the White House in handcuffs. And trust me, when I use that name, I measure my words.

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