Sunday, November 14, 2010

Time to Apologize to Plame/Wilson

By Robert Parry
November 14, 2010

During the scandal known as “Plame-gate,” it became an article of faith in many Washington power centers that CIA officer Valerie Plame Wilson wasn’t “covert” and thus there was no “underlying crime” when the Bush administration intentionally blew her cover.

Read on.


Anonymous said...

Indeed, Washington DC "is a city where having power ... means never having to say you’re sorry."

And being a sociopath means never even recognizing the concept of remorse, shame or guilt.

So the question is: does power attract sociopaths or create them?

Profile of a sociopath:

John Puma

Ethan Allen said...

I, for one, am glad you chose to revisit your reporting on this sordid chapter Robert.
One of the aspects of this serial act of betrayal that continues to amaze me is that even though the Wilson's were treated so terribly by all the institutions of government and the MSM, they continue to hold fast to their long-held Conservative loyalties. I believe this speaks quite clearly to the level of extremist fanaticism that is so pervasive amongst those who are otherwise very intelligent and thoughtful people. It seems to rise to the level of ideological cultism, that begs to be exposed as the treatable illness that it is.