Scooter Libby's freedom comes at the cost of America, especially since he can't be compelled to testify under oath against the administration. Bush may have said that his penalty was too stiff, but it was precisely in the middle of the highs and lows of his possible sentencing. For someone who committed perjury, making a mockery of the system, as well as putting the administration's needs above America in the Plamegate situation, this was absurd. We're going to talk about it.
We're also going to talk about the Presidential race. Edward's wife likes full equality, Obama, Hil and John are a little skittish. Tsk, Tsk.
Expect to hear something about casinos in Massachusetts. There's been a lot of news I've been itching to opin on since a tribe over at Martha's Vineyard said they'd dip their hands in the cookie jar. Then, of course, we'll have our Blogs of the Week.
Join Mike, Lynne and I live at 7:30pm tonight - over at LeftAhead - or catch the podcast at any time. By the bye, we have Byron Rushing scheduled to join us soon.