Comments: White House reporters smell blood in the water

As soon as the White House comments on it they will accuse them of trying to intimdate and influence investigators. No way to win. They are wise to keep quiet about it.

Posted by ccs178 (Chris) at July 13, 2005 01:17 PM

Boy , they sure do act like sharks don't they. They're so fun to watch whe they are trying to out-"tough-question" the other guy.

I'm a tougher reporter than you.

No you're not. I'm tougher.

No you're not. See, I ask the really tough questions, 3 or four times in different ways so these fools will trip up and I'll have them!

What sport.

And am I mistaken or would you think it was ok to mention a woman who worked for the CIA after she had posed for photos in Vanity Fair dressed up like a spy? Kinda takes the "clandestine" out of the job, doesn't it?

Posted by Stephen Blythe at July 13, 2005 03:10 PM

You don't have to be a "CIA agent" to be covert. You can be some other type of "employee", even an "analyst".

Posted by DarkStar at July 13, 2005 08:28 PM

Why is it so hard to know whether Plame was actively undercover? Seems to me that that is an essential fact to know ---and it's never discussed in the Big Media.

Posted by Toby Petzold at July 13, 2005 10:49 PM
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