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Vanity Fair And Bob Woodward

Arianna: "Yesterday I looked at Marie Brenner's laughably biased attempt to rehab her good friend Judy Miller's reputation in the April Vanity Fair

Arianna:

"Yesterday I looked at Marie Brenner's laughably biased attempt to rehab her good friend Judy Miller's reputation in the April Vanity Fair. Today, it's her equally laughable whitewashing of Bob Woodward's role in Plamegate. Brenner's handling of Woodward combines sloppy, credulous reporting with a starry-eyed adulation. Call it Schlock and Awe...read on"

Meanwhile, Larisa writes that Rove shoots blanks at Valerie Plame.

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