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Wednesday, June 28, 2006  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt


The draft House resolution does not name the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.

How can the Congressional majority be this lame.

It is a war. If you don’t treat it like a war, nobody else will.


Initial reaction from callers and e-mails to the resolution’s refusal to specify last Friday’s stories in the New York Times and Los Angeles Times is overwhelmingly negative –a fearful refusal to confront the powerful MSM that once again insults the intelligence of voters, but especially does not convey the seriousness of the breach.

I wonder what Sgt. Boggs thinks of the Resolution?

From N.Z. Bear, a suggestion: Rewrite the resolution and send us both the new language.

Meanwhile on Hardball yesterday, Tom Brokow closes ranks with his MSM pals, but reveals himself to be quite ignorant of intelligence gathering in the process:

“I don’t know of anyone who believes that the terrorist network said “Oh my God, they are tracing our financial transcactions? What a surprise!” Of course they knew they were doing that.”

Best e-mail:

Kofi Annan must have consulted with the House. Nothing else makes sense.

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