Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Justice Week

It's hard to imagine that this week could have been any better.

First, Zarqawi gets his long overdue justice.

Then, justice if finally done regarding the ridiculous Karl Rove/Valerie Plame circus and now the Left can direct its full attention to other actual intelligence leaks, like the NSA program. (Because national security is a very serious business, right?)

Now I learn that long overdue justice is being done in Colorado:

A majority of the University of Colorado committee leading an inquiry into Ward Churchill recommended today that the ethnic studies professor be fired.

I may have to rethink this whole atheism thing. It's starting to look more and more like there is a God after all.

Incidentally, via Tim Blair, Bull Dog Pundit has the best Rove line of the day:

Perhaps the most despondent person in America today is Joe Wilson, who said he dreamed of seeing Rove “frog-marched out of the White House in handcuffs”. Sorry Joe, you’re just going to have to settle for the Vanity Fair photo shoot, the big book deal you and Valerie got, and the adoration of moonbats everywhere.

I almost feel sorry for him. In fact I would if he wasn't such a lying revisionist more interested in partisan gain than national security. Instead I'll feel sorry for the nation that has had to put up with him for the last couple of years.

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