Noteworthy Republicans on Plamegate (WMDgate)
William F. Buckley Jr writes about Covert Questions, summing up with
"...it becomes almost inapprehensible what it is that Cheney/Libby/Rove got themselves into. But the sacredness of the law against betraying a clandestine soldier of the republic cannot be slighted."
John Dean, on A Cheney-Libby Conspiracy, Or Worse? says, "Having read the indictment against Libby, I am inclined to believe more will be issued. In fact, I will be stunned if no one else is indicted." He adds that after reading the transcript of Fitzgerald's press conference, he feels that Cheney shouldn't be sleeping easily after Fitzgerald's analogy of a player throwing sand in the umpire's eyes, an Obstruction of Justice in Libby's case that prevents Fitzgerald from being able to determine Intention to leak an undercover agent's identity. Yet.