I think this is the Mary that okie was referring to.
I think comparing someone trying to expose questionable government practices with someone executing questionable government practices doesn't exactly jibe.
All the cute comments leading up to your clarification were interesting, to put it politely. Either they are out of touch or they obviously don't care about leakers, when it is one of the libs trying to derail Bush. My point should be obvious, with all the Dems out there defending her as some kind of heroic person as a "whistleblower," wherein her leaks were obviously a crime, whereas the Valerie Plame case involves leaking that has never been established as a crime. If it was, Fitzgerald should be going after the person guilty of it. It has been claimed that he knows who it is. If he does, how come hes doing nothing. Why waste any more money on his stupid investigation into a crime that wasn't a crime?
My point about investigative reporters is the interesting history of McCarthy, her partisan politics, her possible links with Joe Wilson, and who knows what else? It is my opinion that certain factions in the CIA are involved in a CYA operation and an effort to get Bush. Do we need to be reminded of the failures of the CIA concerning several things, including 911? The "wall," which prohibited agencies from sharing information, may have been responsible for us not catching up to the plot before it happened. So where are the great investigative reporters doing some major hit pieces on this?