Apologies Are In Order

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on July 24, 2010


I am sure that if the people involved in the firing of the eight U.S. attorneys during the Bush Administration were indicted for something, there would be a lot of attention paid to the news from the port-side.

But now that those very same people have been cleared, the “reality-based community” seems suddenly unwilling to face reality. I recognize, of course that there is no more Journolist to tell these people what to write on their blogs, but can’t they come up on their own with the proper apologies, and acknowledgments that there was and is no evidence of a crime?

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