Here Clarice Feldman of the American Thinkerthinks a lot of thinkety thoughts about the Valerie Plame case, and comes to some very thinktastic conclusions. Clarice cuts through all the chaff and discovers the hidden truth that the Valerie Plame case is actually a secret conspiracy to discredit the war in Iraq, directed by the CIA and involving the John Kerry campaign, Hillary Clinton supporters, and the New York Times. I can tell already that you think that I am making this up. Alas:
I am persuaded that the CIA counter-proliferation group was incompetent, and actively involved in undermining the President's war on Iraq, working with the Kerry campaign, tacitly or not.
All reports from Matt Cooper, Walter Pincus, Judith Miller, Lewis Libby and Karl Rove about their grand jury testimony indicate one consistent thing: Libby and Rove did not leak any classified material to the reporters in this case. There is in the pirouette of Miller and her lawyer and Libby's a hint of what I have believed all along: it is highly likely that Miller, an expert in bio-chem warfare who seems to have had significant sources in the intelligence community, may have passed along to Libby more information than he gave her, and some of that may have been classified data obtained from leakers inside the agency.) See also this, this, and this.
And there is also a hint in the record that Cooper (whose wife is a Hillary Clinton consultant) was trying to set-up Rove.
Is the press merely being partisan? Are they just terminally gullible? Or are these people covering up a role they played in a conspiracy hatched at Langley? Blogger macsmind says that if there is anyone indicted in this" he'll be wearing press credentials."
Clarice goes on to quote another wingnut's post listing a number of reporters who will probably be going to jail for their evil conspiracy to, eh, do something very bad, I guess. That's not really fleshed out. David Corn is on the list, presumably for a story he wrote about Plame after her cover had already been blown by Novak's column. Novak is not on the list, which makes sense because, uh...
Because of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Yeah. That explains everything.
There are a lot of funny little errors and bad bits of writing in this post, but it's the bolded text I find most humorously puzzling. The CIA was working together with the John Kerry campaign, "tacitly or not?" If it wasn't tacit, wouldn't we like, know about it or something? If something is secret, isn't it "tacit?"