Saturday, June 16, 2007

A man's life is at stake

A few days ago I had another of those, "almost drove off the road" moments when I heard WTIC's official local chickenhawk Jim Vicevich fretting over Scooter Libby's sentence and declaring, "A man's life is at stake."

Why did this not occur to any of these conservative scriptreaders when the thought of "a man's life being at risk" might have been enough to cause second thoughts about invading Iraq.

Bill Moyers has an appropriate answer
, and he tips his hat to the Hartford Courant's editorial board, who after all endorsed George Bush twice, and Joe Lieberman frequently.

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