Saturday, July 16, 2005

The Craptacular Times

Writing in the New York Times about the Plame affair, John Tierney comments,
"Well, there's always the chance that the prosecutor will turn up evidence of perjury or obstruction of justice during the investigation, which would just prove once again that the easiest way to uncover corruption in Washington is to create it yourself by investigating nonexistent crimes."
Could somebody with a Nexus subscription please find for me the column Tierney must have written 7 or 8 years ago similarly addressing the Starr investigation?
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