So, Judith Miller gave up her source and got out of jail. Oh, by the way, it’s not Karl Rove.
Don’t forget this breaking news in July on the front page of USA Today:
Democrats and liberal activists demanded action, from hearings to prosecution to Rove’s firing from his post as deputy chief of staff at the White House. Reporters at Monday’s question-and-answer session at the White House peppered spokesman Scott McClellan with 41 questions in 35 minutes.
The Democrats and the Washington press corps smelled blood, and they sure hoped to get their man. But, in the end they just got the Vice President’s Chief of Staff. Scooter who?