This is really tragic and sad and I can't stop laughing.
Hoekstra had actually been agitating for releasing the documents for quite some time. In February, Instapundit reported:
PAJAMAS MEDIA CORRESPONDENT Andrew Marcus interviews Rep. Peter Hoekstra about all those unread Iraqi WMD documents. Hoekstra suggests parceling them out to the blogosphere. Call in the Army of Davids!.
It looks like the ole perfesser and his pals didn't realize that the Army of Davids might include a few soldiers of jihad. Ooopsie!
It's a good thing the government is launching an investigation to find the dastardly bastards who leaked that Pentagon chart that realistically assessed the conditions in Iraq the other day. That puts America at risk. "Shining a spotlight" on nuclear bombmaking plans (conveniently written in arabic)by putting them all over the internet, on the other hand, is a terrific idea. That's what the Republicans are all about — "a transparent process rather than one mired in secrecy."
You can sure see why these guys have such a reputation for being good on national security, can't you?